HuffPost LIVE: Therapists Playing Cupid
Huffington Post interviewed several clinicians about whether psychotherapists should try to play matchmaker for their therapy clients.
Mental Health Matters: Mental Health and the Internet
Shannon Eliot of Mental Health Matters, a TV show by Peers Envisioning and Engaging in Recovery Services (PEERS) focused this episode on how to stay healthy on the Internet.
BBC News Click Episode on Information Overload
Veronica Belmont interviewed me for a BBC segment on Information Overload. I come in at about 6:09 but others also offer interesting commentary on how digital distraction is affecting our brains and relationships.
A Beginner’s Guide to Internet and Digital and Social Media Ethics for Counsellors and Psychologists
2012 Therapist Leadership Conference Interview
I was honored to be on the faculty for Casey Truffo’s 2012 Therapist Leadership Virtual Conference. Casey interviewed me in a session called “To Friend or Not to Friend,” and we discussed my social media policy, psychotherapist ethics, my own Internet history, and my research on what clients and clinicians are finding out about one another on the web.
After the Division 42 social at APA 2011
At the the American Psychological Association’s 2011 APA Convention, I was honored to receive an award for Best of the IP from Division 42 for my article on Developing my private practice social media policy. I am interviewed by a colleague after the awards ceremony.
Dr. Heather Wittenberg and Dr. Keely Kolmes
Dr. Heather Wittenberg and I will be presenting at CPA 2012 on Friday, April, 20, 2012, 4:00 – 5:30 pm, on Ethically Managing Your Online Reputation as a Psychologist in the Age of Google and Yelp. We invite you to join us.
Welcome to my practice
APA Help Center Video on Choosing a Psychologist
This video was taken at the 2011 APA Annual Convention in Washington, D.C.