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Social Media in the Future of Professional Psychology

Kolmes, Keely

Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 2012, Vol.43(6), pp.606-612 [Rivista Peer Reviewed]

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  • Titolo:
    Social Media in the Future of Professional Psychology
  • Autore: Kolmes, Keely
  • Descrizione: In the past several years, the practice and profession of psychology have been greatly influenced by digital culture and social media. The prevalence of psychologists using websites and technology to engage, socialize, market, and interact has created new opportunities and challenges for the practitioner, particularly in regard to potential therapeutic and extratherapeutic interactions with clients on the web. Given the speed with which these media are permeating our world, we can expect to see a proliferation of new issues, challenges, and opportunities for clinical practice and the delivery of services. This article provides an overview of the relevant issues, ongoing trends, and what the future holds for psychology, psychologists, and the populations we serve. How current technological and policy shifts may influence clinical practice, clinical training, and our responsibilities as providers of clinical care will be addressed.
  • Fa parte di: Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 2012, Vol.43(6), pp.606-612
  • Soggetti: Internet ; Social Media ; Digital Culture ; Ethics ; Practice
  • Lingua: Inglese
  • Identificativo: ISSN: 0735-7028 ; E-ISSN: 1939-1323 ; DOI: 10.1037/a0028678

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