Author Deborah Lott is looking to interview people about the intersection of social media and psychotherapy, specifically women who've felt their therapists' social media presence had some impact on their therapy. She's also looking to interview clinicians who have had issues with their own social media presence and clients or their clients' social media presence.
The interviews are for the second edition of her book IN SESSION: The Bond Between Women and Their Therapists which she'll be re-issuing as an e-book.
What happens when clients learn too much from their therapists' Facebook pages, and vice versa? Should you google your therapist? Should therapists google their clients? How do therapists preserve a professional relationship with clients if they have personal life information posted on social media?