Therapist Community Network (TCN)
Seeking an international community of like-minded therapist peers who understand and want to connect? TCN is your free, 24-7 digital refueling center. Share your cheer, needs, insights, isolation, or solutions.
Private, digitally-protected space for therapists experiencing isolation, overwhelm, burnout, or simply wanting to share a good story, reel, memory – or whatever will spark collegial interest:
- Want referrals? BAM – done!
- Want a research group? BAM – done!
- Want to talk money? BAM – done!
You are in control of yourself and your data. Access anywhere, anytime, with any device.
Who We Are & What We Do
Telehealth.org has built a community of therapists by offering telehealth training master classes, consultation, and staffing since 2010. Founded by telehealth pioneer Dr. Marlene Maheu, Telehealth.org has served professionals in 109 countries worldwide.
Our infrastructure is protected from the peering eyes of social media and web browsers, built behind a fire-wall and protected with the latest security from hackers. We also won’t compromise your privacy because we are professionals who have taught legal and ethical issues for the last 30 years.
We are now in a position to give back – to you.
What do you need most from a community of your colleagues? Let us know and we’ll help you find or create it.
Find Support from Around the World
Do I have to offer telehealth services to join the TCN?
TCN is not a healthcare service. It does not offer therapy or healthcare of any type. It is a therapist community network designed to help you connect with others behind the safe doors of Telehealth.org’ as a safe and welcoming haven for you to access 24/7.
How can I participate?
Just register, log in, visit the discussion area, see contributions from other therapists, add new threads, and if you are comfortable contributing, start posting. It’s that simple! Live, interactive events will be posted with plenty of notice so you can mark your calendar.
The Safe Space You Need to Unwind, Enjoy Other
Therapists and Relax
Therapists Can Help Therapists
Therapists are healers who give to clients and patients all day. They occasionally just want to relax, get caught up on the latest news or make new friends. They need a safe place of their own to retreat and just hang out. They have many needs that are unmet online – until now!
Telehealth.org Is Trusted by 1000s of Groups & Their Therapists
Telehealth.org has 20,000+ registered learners and 500K newsletter subscribers, receiving 57 weekly and monthly newsletters.
Telehealth.org Provides a Safe Digital Space with Moderators
Telehealth.org has collaborated with its sister company Telehealth Institute, a 501(3)c non-profit organization, to bring you this professionally managed space, protected from the Internet’s profiteers and peering eyes. You can rest assured that you can share your thoughts and know Telehealth.org has your back.
Therapist Support Services
Get Inspired by Other Therapists
Having a tough day? Wind down by popping in to refuel and get inspired by like-minded colleagues who share your experience.
See Text, Images, or Video Links
Relax by reading what others have posted, looking at their reels, pics, YouTube channels, research groups – whatever they share.
Commenting Is Optional
Some professionals process by participating. Others process by silently reading. Participation is encouraged but optional.
Which professional books are you currently reading? Use this space to suggest titles for group discussion.
Exchange information about upcoming professional events. Organize events of your own. Ask for help – we’ll be here to guide and support you.
Prefer to Share Music or a Video Clip?
Share a link to a YouTube music video or any other freely accessed resource on the Internet. Ask for input. Create a Youtube with colleagues. Make music -whatever!
Enjoy International Perspectives
With registered learners from 109 countries, Telehealth.org offers you the opportunity to get input from potentially thousands of pros. Work & play internationally. Plan a vacation to visit new colleagues.
Trusted by Leading Organizations
Known for its professionalism, Telehealth.org has offered group training packages to more than 300 organizations in all aspects of healthcare.
For over a decade, Telehealth.org has been trusted by top organizations and independent practitioners in all nine behavioral health professions. Our doors are open to you all.
Making It Easy But Keeping It Safe
Registration for the Telehealth.org Therapist Community Network is easy but requires full identification.
Not Just for Work
Participation is invited from all registered therapists to advance your work, play and inspiration. This group is simply a therapist community network – fully available for whatever moves you!
Basic rules of civility and professionalism are enforced to keep the discussion manageable; otherwise, the sky is the limit. About participating in the Telehealth.org Therapist Community Network, guidelines are established and visible upon login. Imposters and misbehavior will be managed. (Please enter our secured platform via our “cart” for free and agree to behave professionally before entering.)
Registered Therapists from Across the Globe
Telehealth.org has enjoyed international growth for more than a decade. As a first-generation American born to immigrant parents, Dr. Maheu has enjoyed being an international telehealth trainer since 1994. She understands that professionalism and support can be found in many places and forms. Everyone identifying as a therapist is invited to register. Proof of claims of being a therapist may be required at the sole discretion of Telehealth.org.
Which language is spoken in the Telehealth.org Therapist Community Network?
English is the common language used at Telehealth.org, but many guests speak, write, and read in multiple languages. Guests are encouraged to imbue their communications with a little “joie de vivre!”
Can English-as-a-Second Language Therapists Become Moderators?
Being elevated to a moderator role is based on two factors: 1) successfully graduating from a Telehealth.org BCTP certificate training program and 2) passing an English proficiency exam if English is not one’s native tongue if the use of language becomes an issue. Also, whether one is a native or English-as-a-second language professional, using grammar correction software is always advised when posting.
All participants must have the training to identify as a therapist in their country.
Misbehavior is defined as violating any of the posted guidelines. Violators are subject to removal from the group. All decisions are made at the sole discretion of Telehealth.org.
There are no fees to join or participate in the Therapist Community Network because our infrastructure was built to house telehealth training. At this point, the Telehealth Institute non-profit can support thousands of participants at no charge.
Can I Apply to Moderate?
If you have prior experience moderating an online discussion forum and are a graduate of any Telehealth.org BCTP Certificate Training Program, please send your letter of intent and Curriculum Vitae (CV) here.
Engaging Your Colleagues
in a Discussion
Creative forms of interaction are encouraged.
Ask for what you need and see what you get.
Ask for Perspectives
Ask for a Review
Ask for Resources
Respond to Topics
Offer a Review
Sounds good! Where do I register?
(Please enter our secured platform via our “cart” for free and agree to adhere to our guidelines before getting started.)
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