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Confronting the Challenges of Therapy Online : A Pilot Project

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  title={Confronting the Challenges of Therapy Online : A Pilot Project},
  author={Dan Mitchell},
  year={2010}
}
The number of counselling services delivered via the Internet is growing rapidly. Several advantages of Internet-based counselling services as compared with traditional methods have been identified. However, the behavioural health community has also raised many concerns. These concerns focus on a lack of ethical standards, an absence of procedural protocols, and a dearth of evidence to support the effectiveness of online counselling. The authors therefore initiated a pilot project to devise a… 

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