MyTherapyNet.com Provides Radford University Tools For Online Therapy Courses

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MyTherapyNet.com will provide Radford University in Virginia, their faculty, and students the training they need in order to add “Online Therapy” to their curriculum in 2006 and beyond. The University will also use the book, “Online Therapy: A Therapist’s Guide to Expanding Your Practice”, written by the CEO of MyTherapyNet.com, Dr. Kathleene Derrig-Palumbo, as the required textbook for the course.

MyTherapyNet.com and Radford University in Virginia, realizing the growing popularity of Online Therapy, have contracted together to offer “Online Therapy” as a course to students of the school. “We are quite pleased with this new and groundbreaking relationship”, states MyTherapyNet.com’s CEO Kathleene Derrig-Palumbo, “We see an incredible future for online therapy”. That’s exactly what Radford sees too. By offering the course “Online Therapy”, Radford hopes to prepare future Psychologists and Therapists with the tools necessary for an ever changing world. With so many business people using Blackberrys, kids texting on cell phones, and the use of the internet for communications, that future only seems bright.

MyTherapyNet.com will provide the materials and training for the course. Radford University will then set the guidelines and instruct the course according to the new text book “Online Therapy: A Therapist’s Guide to Expanding Your Practice”. Aside from the printed book and classroom lectures, Radford allows for all of their student body to participate in the therapy as well. Giving this new class of Psychologist a complete look at Online Therapy and its benefits.    

About MyTherapyNet.com

MyTherapyNet.com is the leader in both training and providing online therapy. Kathleene Derrig-Palumbo, PhD, and CEO of MyTherapyNet.com and the MyTherapyNet.com team have been successfully providing online therapy for over five years. Dr. Derrig-Palumbo is a published author – her book, Online Therapy, a Therapist’s Guide to Expanding Your Practice, was published in 2005 by W.W. Norton and is considered the “bible” of best practices for psychotherapists considering moving their practices Online.

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