Therapists and Patients, One Social Network
AnxietySocialNet is opening a gate to therapists from all over the world, thus becoming the first therapist/patient based social network.
Since the beginning of 2012 ASN (anxietySocialNet) is providing anxiety attack sufferers from across the world with the possibility of sharing their stories, experiences and to learn from the experiences in one vibrant social networking community.
ASN recently found a way of bringing specialized therapists to its social network while remaining unobtrusive and at no cost to its users. The new program will add a new layer of value to the community by making it the first integrated social network for patients and therapists.
The social media innovation will be called The ASN Therapist Program and will allow therapists from all over the world to promote their practice in a network that is filled with their targeted patients who need them the most.
Therapists will have special profiles they can use to interact with the ASN patient community, they will be able to participate in a user powered Q&A, have a personal blog and even chat with patients looking for support.
In addition, the site has an integrated reputation system based on likes and participation, in this manner, the community will judge the performance of the active therapists and will be able to rate them accordingly.
Moreover, ASN is taking steps to ensure that users who are uncomfortable with therapy will have complete access to its peer support network without being forced to interact with the physicians in any way. Therapists will have a special wall for blog and status updates entirely separate from the wall for regular members. This will allow for complete confidentiality.
All in all it seems as though this social network is about to create a revolution in the way patients and therapist communicate online.
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