Michelle Wade

Michelle Wade

Michelle E. Wade is a counselor and doctoral student focusing on in-home therapy and technology in counseling.

  • We Want You….and your feedback – Ethics Revision Task Force

    May 23, 2013
    Well, this has been a long process and we are in the home stretch. Therefore, we of the Ethics Revision Task Force (ERTF) would like to inform you all of what’s been going on and what’s ahead.
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  • What is the Ethics Revision Task Force up to?

    Feb 22, 2012
    A few months have passed since the first Ethics Revision Task Force (ERTF) blog, so we felt it was time to provide an update. We appreciated all of the feedback from members and divisions regarding the revision and what, as a profession, needed to be addressed. Before going into those suggestions, here is some insight into the process thus far. Perry Francis, as the leader of the ERTF, has divided the members into eight different subgroups, one per section of the existing code. Each member of the ERTF serves on three sub-groups. Perry, David Kaplan, Erin Martz, and Michelle Wade have interactions with all of the sub-groups: Perry due to his leadership, David and Erin because of their interaction with ethics on a daily basis, and Michelle due to her technology interest. In other words, we are making sure that the profession’s voice is being heard through the input brought forth to the sub-groups.
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  • So the Ethics Revision begins…

    Sep 27, 2011
    I just finished the first conference call regarding the Ethics Revision Task Force (ERTF) and let me say, it was a lot less painful than I had anticipated. And by that I mean that it flowed nicely as well as there seemed to be a number of things that the committee members were in consensus of and so from the start, your task force is all on the same page.
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  • Social Media: Unhealthy Ranting or Healthy Venting?

    Jul 06, 2011
    As my Facebook and twitter feeds became overrun with personal comments and status updates regarding the recent verdict of the Casey Anthony case, I found myself questioning the need for the comments. I’m not going to get into my own beliefs about the trial or the verdict, but I do want to talk about the use of social media in expressing emotions and thoughts.
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  • To Text Or Not To Text

    Jun 27, 2011
    That blinking LED light on the left top edge of my phone is my nemesis. You see, that blinking light is my alert that I have new information to look at, whether it is email or text or a missed call/voicemail. Somehow I can delay emails and phone calls, but text messages get as immediate response as possible. I have to consciously tell myself NOT to respond sometimes….mainly with my clients.
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