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Socially Traumatized: How Dangers of Social Media are Affecting Teaching, Learning and Brain Development WEBINAR - September 27, 2018 @ 11:30 am ET

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Thursday, September 27, 2018 from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM (EDT)

Socially Traumatized: How Dangers of Social Media are...

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LIVE INDIVIDUAL "Socially Traumatized" Webinar 11:30 am ET Ended $49.00 $1.24
LIVE GROUP (3-5 attendees) "Socially Traumatized" Webinar 11:30 am ET Ended $44.00 $1.16
LIVE GROUP (6-9 attendees) "Socially Traumatized" Webinar 11:30 am ET Ended $41.00 $1.12
LIVE GROUP (10 or more) "Socially Traumatized" Webinar 11:30 am ET Ended $39.00 $1.09
LIVE SITE LICENSE "Socially Traumatized" Webinar 11:30 am ET
For multiple participants at SAME SITE using SAME ACCESS. If more than 8 CE certificates are needed, there is an additional $15/certificate fee.
Ended $295.00 $4.93
RECORDED DVD: "Socially Traumatized" Webinar Ended $295.00 $4.93
RECORDED SINGLE-USE: "Socially Traumatized" Webinar
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Secret apps, code words, dating apps – together with little or no guidance – may all add up to a dangerous experience on social media.  One risky post or socially awkward moment can leave tweens and teens open to severed friendships, social exclusion, cyberbullying, predators – and even extortion.  Educators may see the results of social-media-related trauma in their hallways and classrooms, and not even know the cause.

Gain an understanding of the landmines students must navigate on social media during this informative 90-minute webinar with Catava Burton, an Education Specialist and Certified Trauma Practitioner.  Discover how social apps can serve as gateways to trauma, mental health disorders and suicide.

Attendees will gain an understanding of how trauma associated with social media can result in PTSD and anxiety, what the signs are and how these conditions can affect a student’s ability to learn.  Attendees will also discover strategies to help students avoid social media drama, and while gaining critical insights for dealing with these issues – in ways that do not trigger liability for the educator or the school.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  • Examine popular apps and secret apps
  • Understand code words used in social media
  • Discover how social media can be a gateway to trauma
  • Know signs of PTSD and anxiety that may be triggered by social media
  • Recognize signs of suicidal thoughts and tendencies
  • Understand the effects social media-induced trauma can have on the brain
  • Learn best practices for teaching students suffering from this trauma

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

  • Social Workers
  • Special Education Personnel
  • Student Services Personnel
  • Teachers
  • Administrators
  • Counselors
  • Paraprofessionals
  • Support Staff

ABOUT THE PRESENTER:

Catava Burton, MS is the Preventative Services Specialist for a large public school district in Virginia.  She provides oversight to the Behavior Support Team and the Positive Behavior Intervention & Supports (PBIS) program. She possesses 19 years experience in psychology with a focus on mental health, trauma and human development. Catava is also a certified trauma practitioner, blogger for The Mighty, and was featured as a 2017 Human of Richmond.

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Thursday, September 27, 2018 from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM (EDT)


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