Psychology, Philosophy and Real Life Articles in August, 2011, Page 2

Psychology, Philosophy and Real Life published the following articles in August, 2011.

Private Practice Marketing: Can Therapists Be Great at It?

When Mike Langlois recently offered his insights on Why Therapist Directories Are a Waste of Time, I found myself remembering some similar comments I’d made myself and thinking about the broader issue of therapist marketing. Here’s part one of some thoughts on DIY private practice marketing, with a special focus on online therapists. Next up: the question of how to get clients for an online therapy practice.

With Facebook, Twitter in Their Sights, UK Government Aims for Stupidest Policy Move of the Year

With the UK’s Prime Minister reportedly considering ‘shutting off’ social media sites in an effort to stem the rising tide of riots and other violence in London and across the country, the UK government has seemingly acknowledged that merely enforcing the law doesn’t fit their job description. Throughout history, when governments have lacked the finesse to enforce the law, they have often asked for — or simply siezed — bigger and bigger sledgehammers to control bigger and bigger sets of behaviours.

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