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News about me

There's not much news lately. Some of my websites were hacked recently, and I'm getting them to more secure hosting. Domains that were once developed are now parked again - such as Psychology.info and SeniorCenters.com. They are still for sale.
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  • I sell health-related domain names as CEO of Healing Sites Network, LLC..

Older News

  • I'm told that I was quoted in "Women's Weekly" in January 2001 in an article on stress.  I haven't seen the quote.
  • My site at mentalhealth.about.com was listed as one of the "Best of the Web" in Forbes magazine in the summer of 2001 and again in the Spring of 2002. 
  • I closed my private practice in September 2000.  I continue to practice at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Hampton, Virginia - where I also manage the Chronic Pain Program.  I taught Clinical Health Psychology at The College of William & Mary for several years.
  • I no longer do 'Online clinical work.'  People quit paying, and my life got too busy with other things.  Most of the news coverage below is from that period of my career.  
  • Best of the Web listing in Forbes: 2001, 2002.
  • Online therapy is no sure cure. Ann Efimetz, Virginia Gazette 11/27/99
  • Cybertherapy: Ready for Prime Time? WebMD.com/CNN Interactive, June 10, 1999.
  • You've Got Mail - Therapists offer email counseling, take check and credit card payments. Practice Strategies. March, 1999.
  • Concern over on-line counseling. USA Today. August 14, 1997.
  • High Tech Help on the Internet. Psychology Today. September/October 1996.
  • Dr. Online. Computer Life. July 1996.
  • Cybertherapy: Online help from a psychologist, cheap. U.S. News & World Report. May 13, 1996