|Date(s)||13 September 2019|
|Start time||1:00 pm|
|End time||5:00 pm|
About this training
This workshop will look at the practical challenges of helping those struggling with the negative impact of social media and consider how they can be helped in the context of professional practice in therapy, education and healthcare settings. The workshop will provide a set of practical resources and techniques for participants to use in their everyday life and professional practice.
The key questions this workshop will address are:
- What is the impact of social media on depression and anxiety?
- What is ‘Social Media Anxiety Disorder’?
- How can we measure ‘Social Media Disorder’?
- What can therapists do with clients bullied online?
- How can social media be used as a therapeutic tool? What is the evidence?
- How should therapists use social media – what are the boundaries?
- Looking forward – what practical steps can be taken?
This will be a participatory workshop with several activities for delegates to try. This will include:
- Kahoot! based discussion on attitudes on use of social media
- Case Studies for discussion
- Real time engagement with social media
- Examination of online resources in real time
To book this event, please follow the above link to the Eventbrite website.