Online Therapy: Interviews & Podcasts

Online Therapy: Do we dare?

Working online and how Carl Rogers' 1972 Address to the APA changed Philippa Weitz's way of working therapeutically online and how we might think big about working online.

 

This is Part 1 of a three part iconversation between Philippa Weitz and John Evans of onlinevents.

 

This conversation took place in January 2015

 

Reference:

Rogers, C. (1973), Some New Challenges. American Psychologist. American Psychological Association. May 1973: 379-287.

 

 

Working online therapeuticallyand the need for research and current research available

Philippa Weitz discusses with John Evans from Onlinevents the role and importance of research evidence for working therapeutically online. In particular she examines Susan Simpson's important contribution to the research into working therapeutically online, with her meta-research into the online therapeutic relationship. One important finding was that the clinicians were reluctant to work online, whilst the client was largely positive about the experience.

 

This is Part 2 of a three part iconversation between Philippa Weitz and John Evans of onlinevents. 

 

This conversation took place in January 2015

Working online - the balance of power in the therapeutic relationship

Philippa Weitz discusses how the balance of power seems different in the online therapy setting, with a greater sense of power for the client and equalness in the relationship, where both together strive to work towards whatever it is the client seeks from the online therapy.

 

This is Part 3 of a three part conversation between Philippa Weitz and John Evans of onlinevents.

 

This conversation took place in January 2015

 

Where is online therapy going?

This is a conversation between Philippa Weitz and Clay Cockrell of Onlinecounselling.com, in a wide ranging discussion of the future of online therapy, and some of Philippa’s online therapy and training experiences to date, including a discussion of her book Psychotherapy 2.0: Where Psychotherapy and technology Meet. We'd advise you to skip the first three minutes!

 

This conversation took place on 26th May 2016.

 

Reference:

Weitz, P. (Ed.). (2014). Psychotherapy 2.0: Where Psychotherapy and Technology Meet. London: Karnac.