A collection of PDF’s dealing with the therapeutic relationship online.

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The Therapeutic Relationship Online

I hear many people arguing that working online would be impossible and that the therapeutic relationship could not possibly work. Kate Dunn demonstrates the positive effects of working online in Chapter 4 of Psychotherapy 2.0: Where Psychotherapy and Technology Meet. She has carried out research into the therapeutic relationship and and found that to the surprise of many, it can be even more rewarding than face-2-face work. She discusses all this and the access to therapy that this enables in her well crafted chapter which you can download here free on charge.

Psychology in the Bush – Therapeutic Alliance in Videoconferencing Psychotherapy
Susan G. Simpson, Corinne L. Reid; Australian Journal of Rural Health (2014), 22, 280 – 299

This article is included on this website with the permission of Susan Simpson

Telepsychology in a University Psychology Clinic Setting: A Pilot Project
Susan Simpson, Lorenzo Guerrini, Shirley Rochford; Australian Psychologist (20150 50, 285 – 291

This article is included on this website with the permission of Susan Simpson

Introduction to Telepsychology: Research and Practice
Susan Simpson, Lisa K. Richardson, Nandine Pelling; Australian Psychologist; 50 (2015) 249 – 251

Tele-Web Psychology n Rural South Australia: The Logistics of Setting Up a Remote University Clinic Staffed by Clinical Psychologists in Training
Susan Genevieve Simpson, Shirley Richford, Andrew Livingstone, Sandra English, and Carly Austin; Australian Psychologist; (2014) 49, 193 – 199

This article is included on this website with the permission of Susan Simpson

This article is included on this website with the permission of Susan Simpson