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The books below give more information on various aspects of online work. It is up to you which you would like to read. There is however one book that is required reading on all OLT courses.

Jones G, Stokes A Online Counselling:  A Handbook for Practitioners.
Palgrave, 2008




Title and Publisher

Anthony, K, Goss S

Guidelines for online counselling and psychotherapy 3rd edition.
BACP, 2009

Anthony, Kate

Counselling & Psychotherapy Online
Sage Publications, 2003

Bolton, Gillie

Therapeutic Potential of Creative Writing – Writing Myself.
Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 1999

Carnes, Patrick (Editor) et al

In the Shadows of the Net: Breaking Free of Compulsive Online Sexual Behavior.
Hazelden Information Education, 2001

Cooper, Al (Editor)

Sex and the Internet: A Guide Book for Clinicians.
Brunner-Routledge, 2002

Evans J

Online Counselling and Guidance Skills: A Practical Resource for Trainees and Practitioners, Sage, 2008

Fink, Jeri

How to Use Computers and Cyberspace in the Clinical Practice of Psychotherapy.
Jason Aronson, 1999

Gackenbach, Jayne (Editor)

Psychology and the Internet: Intrapersonal, Interpersonal, and Transpersonal Implications.
Academic Press, 1998

Griffin, Elizabeth; Moriarty, Joseph M; Delmonico, David.

Cybersex Unhooked: A Workbook for Breaking Free of Compulsive Online Sexual Behavior.
Gentle Path Press, 2001

Grohol, J & Zuckerman, Edward L

The Insider’s Guide to Mental Health Resources Online 2002/2003 Edition.
Guilford Press, 2002

Hsiung, Robert C. (Editor)

E-therapy: Case Studies, Guiding Principles, and the Clinical Potential of the Internet.
W.W. Norton, 2002

Jones G, Stokes A

Online Counselling:  A Handbook for Practitioners.
Palgrave, 2008

Kanatouri, Stella

The Digital Coach, Routledge, 2020

Kraus, Ron; Stricker, George & Zack, Jason

Online Counselling: A Handbook for Mental Health Professionals.
Academic Press, 2004

LaBruzza, Anthony, & Benditsky, Howard

The Essential Internet: A Guide for Psychotherapists and Other Mental Health Professionals.
Jason Aronson Inc. Publishers, 1997

Lamson, Ralph J

Virtual Therapy Prevention and Treatment of Psychiatric Conditions by Immersion in Virtual Reality Environment.
Polytechnic International Press (Canada), 1997

Maheu, Marlene M & Subotnik, Rona

Infidelity on the Internet: Virtual Relationships and Real Betrayal.
Sourcebooks Trade, 2001

Malchiodi, Cathy A.

Art Therapy and Computer Technology: A Virtual Studio of Possibilities.
Jessica Kingsley Pub., 2000

Mann, Chris (Author) & Stewart, Fiona (Author)

Internet Communication and Qualitative Research:A Handbook for Researching Online.
Sage Publications, 2000

Mulcahy Boer, Patricia

Career Counseling Over the Internet: An Emerging Model for Trusting and Responding to Online Clients.
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc., 2001

Stamps, Robert F. & Barach, Peter M.

The Therapist’s Internet Handbook.
 W.W. Norton, 2001

Stephen Goss (Editor), Kate Anthony (Editor)

Technology in Counselling and Psychotherapy: A Practitioner’s Guide.
Palgrave Macmillan, 2003

Stofle, Gary S

Choosing an Online Therapist: A Step-by-Step Guide to Finding Professional Help on the Web.
White Hat Communications, 2001

Weinberg, Haim & Rolnick, Arnon [Ed]

Theory and Pracatice of Online Therapy, Routledge 2020

Weitz, Philipa [Ed]

Psychotheray 2.0:Where psychotherapy and Technology Meet, Routledge 2014

Wood, Andrew F & Smith, Matthew

Online Communication:Linking Technology, Identity, and Culture. Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc., 2001

Young, Kimberly S. (Author)

Caught in the Net : How to Recognize the Signs of Internet Addiction—and a Winning Strategy for Recovery.
John Wiley & Sons, 1998


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