Where Would We Be Without Community?
Community connection energizes, renews and inspires. And being part of a community can transform committed, well-meaning individuals into a powerful collective. In letters, emails and in person, you tell us that the Psychotherapy Networker is your community— professional peers and kindred spirits.
Helping You Stay Connected Year Round
Continue conversations begun at the Symposium. Trade thoughts about the latest issue of Networker Magazine. Join conversations about issues and developments that impact your practice as a therapist. Tell us about your day. This is our way of supporting ongoing connection and real-time exploration among therapists online any time.
Expanding Our Community
Young professional therapists told us they wanted even more from the Networker community—more engagement, more often and online. This is our response— a new website with Web 2.0 features that will make it easier for all of us to connect, share and learn from each other.
We Are Your Community, Please Help Sustain Our Work
Like many not-for profit publications, we live up to that description, publishing at no profit. In order to reach out to the community in new and supportive ways, we depend on your tapping into Networker U CE offerings, your enthusiastic participation in our annual Symposium, your loyalty, and now on your generosity.
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