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As a clinician, do you have a social media policy? Is it something you’ve ever considered? If not, then this show may open your eyes to this topic. How can we as clinicians create a sound social media policy while navigating the intersection of our personal and professional lives?
Dr. Keely Kolmes is a psychologist, speaker, consultant, writer, researcher, and innovator in San Francisco and Oakland, CA. Dr. Keely’s work covers many areas, but the development of a social media policy is one specific area of expertise. Let’s hear more about this interesting topic from Dr. Keely!
What We’ll Learn
- How to use wisdom in considering the legal side of social media
- What is a social media policy?
- A document for clients to explain how we interact on social media platforms
- It explains how clients can expect us to respond
- It helps frame the clinical relationship and answer anticipated questions
- Why Dr. Keely created a social media policy soon after opening a practice in 2008
- How Dr. Keely anticipated the potential ethical dilemmas social media could bring
- Tips to having a sound social media policy:
- Think about how you use the internet and social media
- Consider whether you’ll have an integrated online presence of your personal and professional lives
- Take an evaluative look at your social media history
- The biggest mistakes clinicians make regarding social media:
- Response to Yelp reviews
- Integrated vs. separate social media identities
- How to respond to negative Yelp reviews (& the legal ramifications)
- More about Dr. Keely’s work and resources
Find out more about Dr. Keely: Dr. K Kolmes
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