Unsocial Media (3 CE Hours)
A Look at the Relational Problems of Teens and Young Adults in the Internet Age and Strategies to Effect Positive Change
Live Webinar with the Tennessee Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (TNAMFT) March 5, 2021, 1pm-4pm (Eastern Time)
3 Continuing Education (CE) Clock Hours in Behavioral Health*
Technological advancements have provided more ways for people to communicate and share information then ever before. But evidence also seems to show that feelings of social isolation and anxiety in relationships is also rising, particularly for adolescents and younger adults. This training will look at the context of these trends, explore research as to why connecting technology is creating greater feelings of isolation, and ways that mental health professionals and others in the helping professions can have positive impact on individuals, families, and groups in decreasing anxiety and improving relational satisfaction.
Course Learning Objectives
- To identify the major trends in social media and others interactive technologies and how they have impacted recent generations.
- To understand the research as to how social media and interactive technology are creating contexts of greater social isolation and relational anxiety.
- To implement practical ways for therapists/counselors and others in helping professions to apply a greater knowledge in the social effects of interactive technology to support people in creating and maintaining healthy habits and relationships.
This trainings is co-hosted with the Tennessee Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (TNAMFT). Though PsychMaven is sole provider of continuing education (CE) hours for this course.
*PsychMaven has been approved by the National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC) as an Approved Continuing Education Provider (ACEP) for both Live/Real Time and Home Study continuing education (CE) Programs. ACEP No.6624. This program is designed to meet the standards of NBCC content areas no.2 (Human Growth and Development) and no.3 (Social and Cultural Foundations). PsychMaven is solely responsible for all aspects of this program.
PsychMaven is a Licensed Social Worker Continuing Education Provider under the Texas State Board for Social Worker Examiners (Provider No. 7751). PsychMaven may provide continuing education to Social Workers certified and/or licensed in that state, and in other states/jurisdictions that accept the Continuing Education (CE) approval of other state Social Work boards. Please contact your state licensing board if you have questions about the acceptability of CE hours.
*PsychMaven is an Approved Education Provider (AEP) for NAADAC, the Association for Addiction Professionals (NAADAC No. 122584)
and may offer approved clock hours for programs that meet NAADAC
requirements. This program is designed to primarily meet NAADAC
counselor skills group no.4 (Counseling Services)
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Dr. Stephen "David" Hall (PsyD, LMFT, LPC-MHSP-AS, CST, NCC) heads up content and direction as the "Chief Maven" of PsychMaven, which he founded in 2019. He has been working as a psychotherapist since 2005 and holds clinical licenses in Family Therapy and Mental Health Counseling. He has built up personal counseling practices in both Tennessee and Georgia, and in 2015 he led the start-up of an independent psychiatry clinic, Haven Family Psychiatry, and then built his current group therapy practice, Haven Counseling Center. Dr. Hall maintains a psychotherapy caseload and supervises postgraduate therapists with his practice. In 2011, Dr. Hall founded the Narrative Institute to provide workshops and seminars on story-craft and applied narrative theory for therapists, other professionals, and the general public. Since then he has organized and taught professional continuing education and general trainings on narrative in psychotherapy, practice building, cultural trends, social dynamics of technology, professional ethics, and other mental health topics; having done live trainings throughout the United States and in the United Kingdom. In 2019, the Narrative Institute became one of the founding component institutes of PsychMaven. Dr. Hall has also worked as a business and clinical consultant in recovery and treatment center start-ups, and has served as the president of the Tennessee Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (TNAMFT), the state division of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT). For more on Dr. Hall, visit www.davidhallpsych.com