OK, yesterday’s freakout about Zoombombing is so… yesterday. Today’s freakout is about Zoom recordings showing up on youtube and other places they don’t belong, as described in this Washington Post article. Two pieces of quick good news: If you are not recording Zoom sessions, you have (almost) nothing to worry about. This problem has nothing […]
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This revised version of an email I posted on the EDT-List discussion group may be helpful to therapists using Zoom to see patients. Disclaimer: it is based on my current best understanding of Zoom, but it is offered “as is,” with no assertion on my part or on behalf of the IEDTA that it will […]
One of the exciting announcements from our recent IEDTA conference in Boston is that Allan Abbass, Professor of Psychiatry at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Canada, will assume the presidency of the IEDTA. Allan is one of the leading figures in the ISTDP world. He trained extensively with Habib Davanloo, and has been a tireless force […]