“If you’re a therapist who’s new to being an online therapist, it’s understandable if you’re slightly nervous about this different way of working. Perhaps you’re wondering what essential information you might require. Firstly, you could read my guide to the six most important things online therapists need to know. This will give you some basic information.”
“It’s that time of year again, when we’re all vowing to take better care of our bodies and our money, see more places and do more things, spend more time with friends and family, and generally trying to become better, more successful people.
Given that this is the Digital Era, it’s fitting that we should consider including digital resolutions as part of this annual renewal process. With that in mind, I offer the following recommendations for commitments people should make (and keep!) in the coming year.”
“As the Digital Era continues to progress and social and digital technologies become more fully integrated into not just the work we do, but how we do it, there’s an increasing need for all workers to be digitally literate and competent. Here are some of the things organizations, organizational leaders, and individuals can and should do to increase current capabilities and lay a foundation for ongoing growth and development.”
“This new research suggests that even when students aren’t doing anything else, taking notes on a laptop hinders their ability to learn. This is something of a surprise. What isn’t a surprise, though, is that real-life students that use laptops seldom focus on the lecture.”