185 SelfWork: Zoom & Doom? Tips on How To Make Telemental Health Work For You
Today we’re talking about telemental health. I asked lots of people about their experience and have some of the most recent research for you. I’d already investigated this because BetterHelp is a sponsor of SelfWork. But I dig into this even deeper because telemental health is being used exponentially more during this pandemic. And there are ways that you and your therapist can set it up for even better success — I’ll give you tips how!
Our listener email today is from someone who feels guilt that she’s pulling away from an enmeshed relationship with her parents – where it was her job to act as go-between. And although they made her life very comfortable and provided lots of valuable activities and experiences, it sounds like there was a price to pay.
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The governmental study in 2017 on telemental health
Article on “Zoom fatigue” found on Ted.com
Podcast on enmeshment/SelfWork
Blogpost on enmeshment/drmargaretrutherford.com
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