By Market Intelligence Team

OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry Feature While most behavioral health professionals are still wrestling with whether psychotherapy via the Internet should even be occurring (and of course what to call it: e-therapy, cybertherapy, on-line counseling, web counseling, telehealth, telepsychology, etc.), a growing number of professionals are already well into the business. According to the latest estimate from The International Society for Mental Health On-line (www.ismho.com) over 5,000 counselors, social workers, and psychologists . . .
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OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry Feature While most behavioral health professionals are still wrestling with whether psychotherapy via the Internet should even be occurring (and of course what to call it: e-therapy, cybertherapy, on-line counseling, web counseling, telehealth, telepsychology, etc.), a growing number of professionals are already well into the business. According to the latest estimate from The International Society for Mental Health On-line (www.ismho.com) over 5,000 counselors, social workers, and psychologists . . .
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