The screening tests and other psychological self-tests provided at this site are intended for educational purposes only and should not be understood to constitute any type of diagnosis or healthcare recommendation.
‘Online Mental Health’ Articles at Counselling Resource, Page 2
Reviews and materials in our online mental health section address working via online modalities, whatever the underlying therapeutic approach, as well as the role of technology in mental health more broadly understood.
This list is sorted alphabetically.
Because security, privacy and confidentiality are central to the counselling process, this section specifically addresses encryption and security with a focus on the context of email counselling.
Minor complaints aside, ‘Technology in Counselling and Psychotherapy’ offers a solid contribution to the literature on how technology in three specific areas has been used in counselling and psychotherapy.
These simple suggestions can help make all kinds of email communication more effective. In the case of counselling by email, they may help make your experience more productive and enjoyable.
Worried about your internet use? While we are pretty skeptical about considering excessive internet use an actual addiction, nonetheless, this 20-question self-test may help you to identify areas of your life which may be impacted by excessive internet use.
We’re skeptical of any test which aims to slap a label of ‘addiction’ on a behavioural pattern which appears to lack the physiological characteristics associated with bona fide addiction, but tests like these may still suggest insights.
What makes good supervision? Here are some of my ideas about what I value in supervision as a supervisee, and about what I try to offer in turn as a supervisor.