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Calling all

PROFESSIONAL PSYCOTHERAPISTS

To the Tangent Professionals Forum

 

Finally, a forum for licensed therapists to professionally collaborate.

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Tangent does what other public forums don't: reliably verify its members on a forum specifically built for the professionals. 

What to expect

Licensed professionals

Tangent does what other public forums don't: reliably verify its members on a forum specifically built for the professionals. 

Loads of content

Tangent does what other public forums don't: reliably verify its members on a forum specifically built for the professionals. 

Freedom & privacy

Tangent does what other public forums don't: reliably verify its members on a forum specifically built for the professionals. 

Ease of posting

Tangent does what other public forums don't: reliably verify its members on a forum specifically built for the professionals. 

Meaningful connections

Tangent does what other public forums don't: reliably verify its members on a forum specifically built for the professionals. 

Enhance the quality of care delivered to your clients / patients

Tangent Professionals Forum has a vast community of verified, licensed psychotherapists who can freely and confidentially ask and answer questions, share experiences, and dialogue with colleagues, in order to facilitate personal growth and professional development… which ultimately enhances the quality of care delivered to their clients.

Therapists Have a Responsibility to always learn more.

Social workers continually strive to increase their professional knowledge and skills and to apply them in practice. Social workers should aspire to contribute to the knowledge base of the profession.

- NASW Ethical Principles

Social workers should seek the advice and counsel of colleagues whenever such consultation is in the best interests of clients. 

- NASW Code of Ethics 2.05(a)

Social workers should critically examine and keep current with emerging knowledge relevant to social work. 

- NASW Code of Ethics 4.01(b)

Social workers should protect, enhance, and improve the integrity of the profession through appropriate study and research, active discussion, and responsible criticism of the profession. 

- NASW Ethical Principles

Social workers should provide services in substantive areas or use intervention techniques or approaches that are new to them only after engaging in appropriate study, training, consultation, and supervision from people who are competent in those interventions or techniques. 

- NASW Code of Ethics 2.05(a)

Social workers should contribute to the knowledge base of social work and share with colleagues their knowledge related to practice, research, and ethics. 

- NASW Code of Ethics 4.01(b)

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