Published on in Vol 18, No 1 (2016): January

Do Therapists Google Their Patients? A Survey Among Psychotherapists

Do Therapists Google Their Patients? A Survey Among Psychotherapists

Do Therapists Google Their Patients? A Survey Among Psychotherapists

Journals

  1. Thabrew H, Sawyer A, Eischenberg C. Patient-Targeted Googling by New Zealand Mental Health Professionals: A New Field of Ethical Consideration in the Internet Age. Telemedicine and e-Health 2018;24(10):818 View
  2. Eichenberg C, Hübner L. Psychoanalyse via Internet. Psychotherapeut 2018;63(4):283 View
  3. Eichenberg C, Sawyer A. Do Patients Look Up Their Therapists Online? An Exploratory Study Among Patients in Psychotherapy. JMIR Mental Health 2016;3(2):e22 View
  4. Morris N. When Patients Appear in the News: Clinical Considerations for Mental Health Professionals. Harvard Review of Psychiatry 2020;28(2):127 View
  5. de Araujo Reinert C, Kowacs C. Patient-Targeted “Googling:” When Therapists Search for Information About Their Patients Online. Psychodynamic Psychiatry 2019;47(1):27 View
  6. Trub L, Magaldi D. Secret powers: Acts of Googling in the therapeutic relationship. Journal of Clinical Psychology 2021;77(4):968 View
  7. Cox K, Simonds L, Moulton‐Perkins A. Patient‐targeted googling by psychological therapists: A narrative review of the literature and ethical implications. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research 2021 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Hartmann-Strauss S. Videotherapie und Videosupervision. View
  2. Lannin D, Parris L. Reference Module in Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Psychology. View