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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A contract is an agreement between an e-therapist and e-client, aimed at determining the conditions of help, enhancing the security of both parties and preventing potential misunderstandings about the process of e-therapy or its results and effects.
E-therapy just completely wipes away all those issues.
By getting into the game early, the alcohol and drug abuse professional can play an important role in defining the standards for e-therapy.
Patients' Mean Reduction In BITE Scores E-Therapy n = 70 Controls (n = 27) Severity 1.
6% of the e-therapy group lost their eating disorder diagnosis while none of the control participants did.
Patients' Mean Reduction In BITE Scores E-Therapy (n = 70) Controls (n = 27) Severity 1.
Full of case studies and examples of active programs that deliver mental health information and therapy via new media, E-Therapy offers firsthand accounts of the potential and risks of recent trends in "distance therapy" and "telepsychiatry.
In the near future students may wish to create their own e-therapy practices, and others will have to make decisions about using e-therapy as a possible referral source for clients.
ARLINGTON, VA -- E-therapy, or online text-based therapy, is fraught with risks and hazards for both clients and Social workers, says a position paper from the Clinical Social Work Federation.