How safe is your digital therapy session? A review of ethical considerations for online counselling
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Online counselling is currently one of the options available to clients and is presently being practiced despite numerous concerns regarding its effectiveness and ethicality. Within this thesis, the author defines online counselling and aims to review the applicable literature to gain information and insight into the effectiveness of this method of counselling. There is also discussion surrounding the ethical dilemmas that online counselling presents intertwined with considerations on significant ethical codes and guidelines. The author concludes with some recommendations and discussion with respect to best practices and an existing ethical framework for online counselling.
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