Digital Mental Health in a Digital World

 

Time and Date: Tuesday 13th September, 1pm – 3pm NZST

Platform: Zoom (recorded for access after the live session)

Cost: $89 + GST with a discount available for groups of 5 or more

REGISTER HERE: https://book.griefcentre.org.nz/digital-3

 

Who should attend this webinar?

Anyone who works in a professional care role or supports people through all forms of grief and loss e.g. Social Workers, Teachers, Counsellors, Doctors, EMT, Corrections, Mental Health, Hospice, Volunteers etc.

 

Overview

Digital technology has advanced rapidly in our history and this has impacts on our mental health. The exponential growth in the digital world has changed business, education, government, healthcare, and even the ways in which we interact with loved ones.

This webinar looks at the impact technology is having on our mental health and the health of those we support such as digital fatigue, children’s mental health and online bullying.

 

Key Learning Points

  • Overview of the digital world
  • Covid-19 and technology
  • Pros and Cons of the digital world
  • Digital fatigue and how to manage
  • Children’s mental health in the digital age
  • Online bullying
  • Digital protections
  • Digital mental health & health professionals

FAQs

Q Prensenter: Sarah Robb

Sarah is a registered Neuro-Linguistic Master Practitioner, with a Bachelor's in Psychology and a Postgraduate Diploma in Counselling. Sarah is a counsellor and coach with her own business called ‘Spring with Sarah’ which is based in Christchurch NZ and online. Sarah is passionate about helping address trauma, particularly around grief after experiencing the sudden death of her own parents. She is motivated to educate people on a variety of different topics and thrives on helping people use life’s ongoing challenges as an opportunity for growth.

Q Webinar Structure

All our webinars are 120mins (2hrs) in length and delivered through Zoom platform. They are presented live and recorded. Recordings can be accessed by registrants for a limited time after the initial session, this gives more flexibility for access and revision.

Q CPD/OPD Certification and Points/Credits

We provide a Certificate of Participation for all our training courses. The requirement for receiving a certificate to confirm professional development is as follows:

You must view a minimum of 80% of a live presented webinar.
If you were unable to attend the live session you will be required to register for access to the webinar recording.
If you watched the live session but had to leave early or fall under the 80% requirement, you will need to register for access to the webinar recording.

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