Skype, Noma, Tommy discussed on Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan
I mean, I can't see what my clients do their feet. I can't see, you know, I can't put my hand on their shoulder like or hand the McLean XBox when you know that feels clinically appropriate raid. And so there are limitations that said, I mean, I think coming back to the ethics perspective. You know, we'd worked from a medical ethics effective. I look at you know, benef- since Noma left sense that kind of. Thing, you know, just as Tommy whatever. And so I always think I'm like, okay. Well, is this doing more is first of all like, I you know harm. Definitely good is doing more good than harm for a person who's in another country or can't access therapy. Otherwise, or who has looked all over seeing many, therapists. Honestly, you're the first therapist I've ever felt connected to and to me it's worth it to have Skype sessions versus, you know, big or to the single mom who doesn't get a lot of time. And she only has that fifteen minutes that she can be ways March old or will the child is there or something along those lines? Like, that's where for me on like, this is more helpful for them to have the limited work that we can do remotely. This is no work at all. And not to mention shame. I mean for a lot of people even going into often S industry name, especially if they're in a small town where they might be recognized. Right. So it's actually like I think really helpful to offer Skype there. I feed my clock might serve his in Vancouver. And I see her just see her in person on there. But I hereby scope Skype most of the time. Traveling their times at all Skype with mine, but for me, I love in person. I haven't done any kind of work associated with the with online therapy at all like as a professional, but I have done several like while I'm traveling, you know, that her, and I will have a base time more phone call session. It's again, it's better than nothing when you're traveling only I think we're only a few years away from like VR therapy where we're like holy graphics therapy. Like in the room. But not there, you know. And I think we have doubts like, and that's always feel about sharing our information of as well like I think coming back to the original discussion like the were making is for the times, which is millennials a lot of money at least who are feeling really like over superficial the superficial social media world, we're living in and.