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As Vanden Bos and Williams (2000) point out, it is not a matter of ""whether" psychologists will be providing services using technology, but "how." They state further a belief that the use of technology, particularly Internet communications, will increase in the future to become "as routine, readily accessible, and expected as the telephone." In this paper we provide a brief overview of the development of guidelines and standards for the use of technology in clinical practice.We then focus on specific issues that have been identified as important when using e-mail with clients.A 1997 "American Psychological Association (APA) Statement on Services by Telephone, Teleconferencing, and Internet" by the APA Ethics Committee briefly acknowledges that the APA "...
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As psychologists increasingly adopt technology in their practices, it becomes important to address the effect that this may have upon the ethical practice of psychology.
There is little guidance from the literature about how to proceed.
Your authorization is required to release psychotherapy notes, something kept separate from your medical record.
These notes are given more protection than other information.