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Confessions of an Online Counselor



By Jef Gazley ((Jul)

The purpose of this book is two-fold. The first is to describe and familiarize the public with the radically new but reassuringly traditional phenomena called online counseling or e-therapy. This is a revolutionary form of therapy that is still unknown by the majority though its popularity is growing at a phenomenal rate. 

The second purpose is to provide detailed knowledge and insight into many common psychological problems and disorders. As an online counselor I go on the record with my thoughts and feelings in a series of e-mail responses to client’s questions, and several articles ranging from relationship problems to serious psychiatric conditions that are often dealt with in private practice.

Online counseling is offered in four different mediums. These are e-mail counseling, chat therapy, telephone counseling, and audio-visual therapy. This book explains these mediums and gives detailed examples of actual e-mail and chat therapy sessions. Confessions of An Online Counselor allows clients and the public to view in black and white what actually occurs between the client and the counselor.


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