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Thursday, January 22, 2015

How Should Therapists and Health Psychologists Use Internet Social Support Groups?


Sarah Kass reviewed The Paradox of Internet Groups: Alone in the Presence of Virtual Others by Haim Weinberg. Given the advantages and disadvantages of using internet support groups in therapy, what two (or more) suggestions would you give to therapists and health psychologists who wanted to use such tools?

Read the Review
ReviewHidden Relating: The World of Online Support
By Sarah A. Kass
      PsycCRITIQUES, 2014 Vol 59(47)


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