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The Ethics of Online Therapy with DeeAnna Nagel

Ethics II: NP0046 – Session 5

Are you intrigued by the notion of online therapy? Do you wonder if it’s an area you should explore professionally? Learn the ins and outs of living in a digital culture with DeeAnna Nagel. Join her as she gives an overview of online therapy, session issues, HIPAA and licensing issues, and more.

After the session, please let us know what you think. If you ever have any technical questions or issues, please feel free to email

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3 Responses to The Ethics of Online Therapy with DeeAnna Nagel

  1. mlellis says:

    All of my questions were answered and then some. She also gave clear instructions regarding resources, places to go online to be or become HIPPA compliant for any electronic form of therapy. The information covered in her segment is a major reason I chose this seminar. Thanks DeeAnna and thanks to Psychotherapy Networker.

  2. barrancosm says:

    This has been an interesting presentation. Personally , I feel more comfortable working with the client/clients in the office, however I understand there is an increasing demand for this service. Nowadays my limitation to provide therapy services is that I feel I don’t feel I know enough about cyber culture. Our field is changing rapidly. It is estimulating to learn and explore new trends. The ethical dilemas discussed were very interesting and illustrative.

  3. heegka says:

    I have no ethical reservations about performing cyber therapy.
    My work email account is 3DES encrypted (the same level as banking).
    One limitation is that clients must provide their own tissues.
    Richard, was that a joke that you don’t have a cell phone?

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