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“[…] The Internet is here to stay, and we need to change and


adapt, develop- ing resilience as practitioners in our relationship with the digital world.” [1]


WHAT IS COVERED IN THE GUIDELINES?


While the Guidelines are by no means exhaustive, they do cover the following topics: 


Privacy laws in Canada as they relate to counselling and psychotherapy;


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Basic security measures to protect data;


How to manage risk and deal with privacy and security breaches;


The basic competencies needed to use technology effectively in counselling and psychotherapy;


Additional considerations for clinical supervision;


How to choose the most appropriate technology;


Issues for informed consent; Considerations when using Social Media.


THE CANADIAN COUNSELLING AND PSYCHOTHERAPY ASSOCIATION SUMMER 2019


14 WHERE TO NEXT?


There is still more work to be done! Technology continues to evolve and there are, as yet, many un- answered questions. The Guidelines are a “living document” that require your input to remain rele- vant to the work we do as counsellors and psycho- therapists. Your feedback can be shared with the Executive of the Technology and Innovative Solutions Chapter by email using the “Contact the TIS Chapter President” feature on our Chapter page.


You can also join us for the Guidelines for the Uses of Technology in Counselling and Psychotherapy Webinar on July 19, 2019 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM EDT. This is free webinar for CCPA Members will answer questions about the newly launched Guide- lines and will also review the basic technological competencies and checklist for choosing technolo- gies. Reserve your spot now.


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