Pinterest is a fun and easy tool for sharing resources, articles, and recommendations among colleagues and with clients.
For therapists concerned with dual relationships, or boundary concerns with clients, Pinterest's limited messaging and commenting functions make it easier to use as a resource sharing forum rather than a more interactive setting (like twitter or Facebook).
Pinterest is also an excellent tool for sharing your blogs and posts. You simply add an image to each blog post you share and then when it goes live, pin it to your boards. Easy peasy.
For me, it is the easiest and most fun to use. I love images, and often find great worksheets and tools posted by other therapists on the site.
Check out these fantastic boards to see a few examples of your colleagues in Couples Counseling and Marriage Therapy using Pinterest.
Couples Counseling MFTs on Pinterest
Julia Tucker, LMFT Therapy Resources
Tradewinds Therapy LLC
Elizabeth Atkinson Gottman Institute Marriage Therapy Board
The Gottman Institute Books Worth Reading Board
Lifeline Couples Counseling
YourTango Experts Advice (including both coaches and counselors)
Amplified Good - Couples Counseling Resources
Wasatch Family Therapy Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy Board
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