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Psychotherapist creates NFTs to celebrate the therapeutic alliance between clients and therapists
By celebrating the therapeutic alliance, PsychologyPop will also bring mental health professionals into adopting Web3 technologies to mental health improve care quality, privacy, and access.
In retrospect, it is no secret that in contrast to psychical health care, the mental health practitioners and the infrastructure that leads tends to be closed-off in adopting new technology. Which is at the cost of improving care quality and patient care privacy. Therefore, the adopting of teletherapy as a crisis response if of no surprise. "Therapists did so because we had-to, for our own livelihoods primarily. Teletherapy was not at all a "new thing" when the pandemic hit at the end of 2019.
Being a part of practitioner Facebook groups was a wide-open window into watching fellow colleagues panic, struggle, express anger, and frustration for not being considered essential service providers and thus feeling forced to swiftly piece-mill- adopt teletherapy to be able to keep working to earn a living.
Psychotherapists like Elana Dunn, LPC, CPCS (https://www.psychologypop.com/
Seeing this reaction sparked Elana to expand upon her role as a counselor supervisor, consultant, and trainer into finding a way to help therapist understand the importance of adopting new technologies when they are 'new,' to prevent panic adoption, improve quality of care, and increase client access to care.
PsychologyPop's first, Foundational, NFT collection 'POP.heARTS,' celebrates the therapeutic alliance between clients and psychotherapists. POP.heARTS are a foundation that will be expanded upon in future PsychologyPop NFT collections. By supporting PsychologyPop's NFT projects, holders support education mental health practitioners, and others, into being early adopters of Web3 technologies. Thus, improving mental health care quality, increasing access to services, and improving privacy and security of client care records.
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