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  • Online Therapy... Naked?

    by Julie Hanks LCSW, Sarah White, Dr John Grohol and Audrey Jung

    Professionals have been offering psychotherapy online since 1995. While the earlier services focused on offering therapy through email, this has changed in recent years. With the popularity of video conferencing, it was inevitable that someone would invent a form of therapy called "naked therapy."

    This intriguing panel will discuss how Internet and mobile technologies enable therapeutic interactions between professionals and individuals. Experts will discuss e-therapy, how it's changed over the years, and how technology is disrupting traditional professional relationships -- enabling therapeutic modalities not possible a decade ago... Even the possibility of "naked therapy." It should make for an interesting, heated discussion between practitioners of traditional forms of online therapy and the founder of "naked therapy."

    This Future of Health Track is sponsored by Aetna.

    At 9:30am to 10:30am, Saturday 10th March

    In Classroom 204, AT&T Conference Center

    Coverage audio clip

  • Education and Technology Meet Up

    by Steve Amos

    Get together with other education technology experts for an hour of brainstorming, idea-buidling, networking, friend-making and career-enhancement. Or, attend this Meet Up to learn more about this segment of the industry -- or if you are looking to hire a education technology expert for your company.

    At 12:30pm to 1:30pm, Saturday 10th March

    In Salon A, AT&T Conference Center

  • Teaching Technology Meet Up

    by Cindy Royal

    Get together with teachers and academics who focus on technology skills and concepts for an hour of brainstorming, idea-building, networking, friend-making and career-enhancement. Teachers, university professors, students and other professionals interested in the ways technology is being integrated into curriculum and research should attend.

    At 3:30pm to 4:30pm, Saturday 10th March

    In Salon B, AT&T Conference Center