Keep a Weblog or journal on the web Each co-counsellor can maintain a blog (a contraction of the term weblog), a kind of personal web journal about anything related to Co-Counselling.. Read more Many blogs provide commentary or news on a particular subject; others function as more personal online diary. A typical blog combines text, images, and links to other blogs, Web pages, and media related to its subject. Entries are commonly displayed in reverse-chronological order. You can choose the visibility of each blog entry: for your group or project only, for co-counsellors only or for everybody on the Internet. Where it concerns co-counsellors you can decide if they can leave comments. To Write a new Blog move the cursor over Create on the menu and click Blog. Write an Article An article is a much more thought-through piece of work, as opposed to a blog entry that is written more in the spirit of the moment. Once you have finished your article, you can publish it or you let it be reviewed and edited by friends first. Read more For this you set up a peer review group and invite friends in. Publish your article in that group and give your friends the opportunity to edit its text as well. Once you are satisfied, you make your article available to the co-counselling community only or to everybody on the Internet. Articles have a title, a teaser and a body. The teaser appears in the overviews and is part of the body as well. To Write a new Article move the cursor over Create on the menu and click Article. Ask for Support or give it You may ask for support on the Support forum. Here People can give you support by sharing their experience or giving suggestions. Connect to other Co-Counsellors You may want to find other Co-Counsellors for having sessions, share experiences and ways of working with specific life situations, or to get something organised. This web site is especially designed for Co-Counsellors with each other. Read more You can find other Co-Counsellors in this web site in the contact directoryThere you can find all co-counsellors who made their contact details available. in groupsHere people come together with a common theme, topic, interest or denominator. The focus of a group is often on sharing, exchange, mutual support and networking, benefiting the group's members in the first place. Examples are an Internet based support group, a topic sharing group, e.g. coping with anxiety, a local co-counselling community or network, etc. Near future development: optional address list, phone lists. Make yourself contactable for other Co-Counsellors! You are more likely to be contacted if there is a picture of you on the web site. you are clear about what you are looking for or interested in yourself. Shortly it will be possible to be clear about what your interests are in your profile. Publish an Event Announcement When you organise a workshop, a residential event, a Community Day or a big CCI event, you can announce all this on CoCo Info. Read more You can create an event announcement within your group or project and make it only visible to people in your group or project. You can also create it in the Community Section of CoCo-Info and decide whether it is only visible to c-counsellors or to everybody on the Internet. Provide your local coco community or network with an Internet base You can set up a group for your local Co-Counselling community with its own forums, articles, newsletter and events calendar.