Psychologists highlight pitfalls of online dating
After considering the characteristics of online intimacy, its multimodal components and its caveats, we present an analysis of existing evidence for the potential impact of online intimacy on well-being.
We suggest that studies thus far have focused on online social interactions in a general sense, shedding little light on how the level of intimacy in these interactions may affect well-being outcomes.
We've arrived, within our respective states and professions, while much of the world - with better broadband than the US - growing in interest about 'online therapy', beyond HIPAA and state-by-state legal/licensing considerations.
These are some of the the necessary ingredients for truly effective 'online (psycho)therapy', along with the fit between the two participants and the chosen modality and technology.
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