e-therapy

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e-therapy

(ē′ther′ă-pē)
Mental health counseling provided to patients on the Internet.
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Social work's pioneers in the late 19th and early 20th centuries could not have imagined that the profession's tools in the 21st century would include online social networking, video counseling, e-mail, and cybertherapy.
Palmaira wrote about his organization's successful application of these therapies in the January 2011 issue of Long-Term Living ("Welcome to Cybertherapy," page 33).
Proceedings of the 11th Annual CyberTherapy Conference; 2006 Jun 1215; Ottawa, Canada.