With the growth of the Internet, Web 2.0, and interactive social media, many counselors are having a difficult time keeping up with the ethics of maintaining an ethical online presence. Many Codes of Ethics representing the major mental health disciplines have not incorporated the use of social media. Because of the need to establish ground rules regarding such use, the Online Therapy Institute has created the Ethical Framework for the Use of Social Media by Mental Health Professionals.
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1.5 CE credits will be provided by GoodTherapy.org for attending this Web Conference in its entirety.
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DeeAnna Merz Nagel, LPC, DCC, is a psychotherapist and an international consultant with expertise in online counseling and how the technology affects mental health. She is one of the co-founders of the Online Therapy Institute as well as the Online Coach Institute where training and consultations are offered. She is the Managing Co-Editor of TILT Magazine ~ Therapeutic Innovations in Light of Technology, which is a FREE resource for professional coaches and therapists. She has published and presented on topics in regards to the mental health practitioners ethical considerations in the virtual world environment, social networking and online counseling.
She has written several articles and book chapters on mental health and technology. She has also edited and co-authored two text-books. DeeAnna is a graduate from the University of Georgia with a MEd in Rehabilitation Counseling and currently has a license to practice in New York, Georgia, and New Jersey. She is also a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor, Distance Credentialed Counselor, and Board Certified Coach. She maintains a private practice in Atlantic Highlands, NJ. For more information, please visit her here.