Teletherapy, the Pandemic, and the Future of Therapy

Reflections from the Editors of the NEJRSP

Authors

  • Stephen Duclos
  • Jacqueline Gagliardi
  • Jeremiah Gibson New England Association for Family and Systemic Therapy
  • Frank Gomez
  • David Haddad

Keywords:

teletherapy, COVID-19, family therapy, relational therapy

Abstract

The editorial team of the NEJRSP addresses four questions. What are some of the potential challenges with going back to work in person? And on the flip side of that, what are some of the potential opportunities of going back to work in person? What are the components of the therapeutic process that were explored, that we explored during the pandemic, that you want to keep post-vaccination? And what protocols would you like to put in place to determine whether a family should be seen online or in person? This article is a transcription of their conversation.

Author Biography

Jeremiah Gibson, New England Association for Family and Systemic Therapy

Jeremiah Gibson is the Executive Director for the New England Association for Family and Systemic Therapy (NEAFAST). He is also a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Certified Sex Therapist at the South Shore Family Health Collaborative in Quincy, where he provides couples and sex therapy and teaches in their training program. His professional interests include couples and families with young children, couples and sexuality, and religious/spiritual issues.

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Published

2021-05-19

How to Cite

Duclos, S., Gagliardi, J., Gibson, J., Gomez, F., & Haddad, D. (2021). Teletherapy, the Pandemic, and the Future of Therapy: Reflections from the Editors of the NEJRSP. New England Journal of Relational and Systemic Practice, 1(2). Retrieved from https://nejournalrsp.com/index.php/mejrsp/article/view/16