My Social Media Policy

Being a therapist and having an online presence is something I try to ensure remains professional, informative and fun, and keeps a clear boundary between social media engagement and therapy practice.

 

I have a professional online presence on Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, LinkedIn and Facebook for the purposes of marketing.  I may offer tips, inspiration, entertainment, and general open conversation about wellbeing, but I can’t offer personal advice or therapeutic interventions publicly or privately through these mediums.  An appointment will need to be made to do this.

 

If you ask general counselling questions such as “How long is a session” or “Are sessions confidential” in a public comments section I may answer these questions publicly.  If it is on TikTok, I may reply with a video.

 

You are welcome to follow me on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.  Unfortunately no therapeutic conversations or session arrangements can take place via this medium. 

 

I won’t knowingly acknowledge or follow clients on social media even when a comment on one of my posts has been made.  This is to protect your confidentiality and maintain professionalism.

 

I don’t accept friend requests or LinkedIn requests from clients.

If you have any questions or concerns about this, please let me know.