We’ve added a Discussion Forum

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In the interest of being “media social,” fostering dialogue, and keeping things interesting, we’ve added a “Discussion” page to fitzgeraldcounseling.com. You will need to log in to become a discussion user… So it’s not anonymous and I can delete posts that are not appropriate. (This is equivalent to being moderated).

Logging in to post can be done with various other identities that you’re already created – your identity for Facebook, Yahoo, AOL, etc. These are public posts, so I wouldn’t post anything you wouldn’t want to be publicly displayed.

This is an area that I am hoping will be used by interested viewers, fellow counselors, and other colleagues to discuss topics of interest to all of us. It’s not for anyone to discuss their own personal or family issues. We’ll see how it goes.

CC BY-ND 4.0 We’ve added a Discussion Forum by Fitzgerald Counseling is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.

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