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Occasionally we realize that the technological development is a step ahead of us. The expanding role of technology in the provision of psychological services present opportunities and challenges. Nowadays children and adolescents make use of the Internet as an integral part of everyday life. Computers, internet and social media in general, constitute a big source of information. The activities are interactive, dialogical and participatory. There are special ethical challenges for psychologists using technology in their practices, like long distance intervention, as well as for psychologists who asked to provide advice and guidance on children's and adolescents Internet use. EFPA guidelines for psychologists who contribute to the media as a framework, will be presented.
In this panel, presenters from EFPA Board of Ethics (BoE) , will portray us, various difficulties regarding internet, and social media usage and we will be able to discuss about the ethical dilemmas arising.
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