Today’s edition of The Guardian, in the G2 section, discussed My Mobile Guru – a download-to-mobile therapy service that consists of a 42 second script that seems to be a “one-size-fits-all” therapeutic service “littered with platitudes”.
Phillip Hodson of the BACP states that “All you could do on a mobile download is what you can do with a leaflet, or old-fashioned agony aunting. That could never be called therapy…. You can’t have a relationship with a mobile phone download”.
See more at www.mymobileguru.com and http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/2008/sep/15/healthandwellbeing.psychology