Special FREE Webinar:
Digital Ethics: Practicing Ethically in a Digital World.
with Ofer Zur, PhD
which occurred on Friday, November 11th, 2011
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We are very pleased to be able to offer a free webinar on a very timely topic. Dr. Zur reviewed cutting edge clinical and ethical complexities that clinicians face in the 21st century. He discussed how the Internet and computers has affected the way therapists and clients interact and get informed about each other and relate to each other in and outside the consulting room. He covered topics such as online transparency and self-disclosure, emails and texting between therapists and clients, clients Googling therapists, therapists Googling clients, and how to respond to clients "Friend requests" on Facebook. He also reviewed the evolving standard of care issues and provide guidelines for Office Policies, Informed Consent and ethical ways for record keeping of emails, texts and social networking communications.
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Over 130 Online CE courses: http://www.zurinstitute.com/catalog.html
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