Finding, evaluating, and incorporating Internet self-help resources into psychotherapy practice

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The Internet can be a wondrously rich source of information and support for clients. This article offers advice on how to make a practitioner's Web site valuable to potential clients, how to find Web sites of use to clients for self-help, how to use Web sites in support of therapeutic efforts, how to evaluate the quality of Web sites, and finally, a case example of using the Internet with a multiproblem client. © 2003 Wiley Periodicals, Inc. J Clin Psychol/In Session 59: 217–225, 2003.

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