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Monthly Archive for July, 2010

So one of my best friends needs an office for a couple days a week, and that will work right now because I’m working out of the office some of the time, it’s just for a couple months, he can help with the rent, sure why not? You’re waiting maybe to hear that something bad [...]

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I’m coming across a rich panoply (“a wide-ranging and impressive array or display,” according to www.dictionary.com, and why didn’t I just say “array”?) of websites that consolidate web material on this topic.  One that I like is: http://www.wheretheclientis.com, which is curated by Will Baum, LCSW (www.willbaum.com).  He has wide-ranging interests on office practices.    Also, the Online [...]

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In a couple of my men’s groups, the members have put together listserves and communicate a lot via email.  It gives me the willies, because those emails could end up anywhere, for anyone’s eyes, but they all know that.  It means that the group has a way to stay in touch throughout the week, between [...]

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Psychologist Ed Zuckerman has a book that includes an exhaustive collection of the forms we use: I still want to do it all electronically, though…

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I’ve just moved into a beautiful new office.  2nd floor, big tree and the rooftops of Berkeley out the large windows.  So many therapists I know keep a “blank slate” office but it’s just not me, I’ve crammed my office once again with paintings by my friend Stan Washburn, with African tribal statuary, a special [...]

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I’m happy to see that the APA meeting in San Diego (www.apa.org) next month will have a couple sessions taking up these questions related to extending the frame electronically.  One session, Computers and the Couch—New Norms of Information-Age Practice , will address email as well as the use of social networking tools.  A plenary session intriguingly [...]

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