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Mental Health Site Reviews Now Available Via Google Topics

Are you one of the early adopters, who likes to take advantage of the very latest search innovations to help you find what you’re looking for? If you are, you’ll probably want to drop by a certain profile page over at Google Topics, because our collection of mental health site reviews is now available for automatic inclusion in Google searches. Read on for more details and the direct link.

First Ever Charity Music Download Drive to Promote Mental Health

The first ever charity digital music download service has just launched, raising funds to provide essential information on mental health and help tackle the stigma associated with mental health problems. Run by a Scottish mental health charity, the drive is a great way for fans of Scottish music everywhere to grab some great tracks, while helping to raise awareness of mental health issues.

Therapists: Learn About the Practice and Process of Online Therapy

Practitioners interested in the practice and process of online therapy can find a new paper on the topic available in our section dedicated to online training and development resources. Drawing on an evidence base of over 700,000 words of online counselling and therapy, the paper highlights several simple observations which, surprisingly, have not yet received significant exploration in the academic literature.

Online Clinical Supervision Services Now Available

Over the last year, I’ve been contacted by practitioners ranging from members of the clergy to clinical psychologists, asking about online supervision. After having so many conversations about online clincial supervision in recent months, I’ve finally created a new section of the site specifically aimed at online supervision and other resources for online training and professional development.

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