I’m happy to report that our slides are up summarizing the data Dan Taube and I collected on clients encountering their psychotherapist’s information on the Internet. We will soon be writing up our findings to submit for publication, but I’m pleased to be able to share this data with all of the folks who participated [...]
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Are you a person 18 years old or over, who has been in psychotherapy, and has sought or found information about your therapist on the Internet? If so, we would appreciate your taking the time to complete a survey. Our names are Keely Kolmes and Dan Taube and we are licensed psychologists who would like [...]
Therapist-Client Interactions on the Internet Thank you to everyone who participated in our survey. The summary of the results of the research Dan Taube, J.D., Ph.D. and I conducted on psychotherapists who have had intentional and accidental extra-therapeutic encounters with their clients on the Internet are posted on my research page. A larger slideshow can [...]
If you are looking for the results of the survey on therapists encountering client information on the Internet, please note that we have extended our data collection period. Results of our survey will be posted on this blog by August 30th, 2010. Please check back then.
December 17, 2009 Dear Therapists, Our names are Keely Kolmes and Dan Taube and we are licensed psychologists who would like to request your participation in our research on the effects of encountering client information on the Internet on practicing therapists. This study has been approved by the Institutional Review Board of Alliant International University. [...]