New York, NY, Northern Virginia, Washington, D.C., Webinar via Zoom
Mental health and allied health care professionals, parents, and educators
Friday, February 25, 2022. 12:30pm - 2:00pm
Social media is an ever-present part of our daily lives, and today’s youth have grown up entirely in a digital world. This creates challenges for parents who have grown up with digital technologies, but for whom social media was not a defining part of their adolescent experience. One of the most pernicious challenges associated with social media is the presence of cyber bullying. Recent estimates suggest over a third of American teens have experienced cyber bullying, which has been associated with elevated rates of social anxiety, depression, and suicide.
Through this introductory to immediate-level interactive webinar lecture, participants will learn to differentiate cyber bullying from other types of online behavior as well as forms of in-person bullying. Cyber bullying and electronic media create unique circumstances when considering the frequency, impact, and duration of bullying compared to more traditional means, however the methods for assessment and intervention have many parallels to existing treatment. Participants will leave this workshop with the ability to assess cyber bullying in youth as well as practical resources and skills to address cyber bullying with their clients and their parents effectively.
CLINICAL OBJECTIVES: By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:
- Compare the key similarities and differences between cyber and in-person forms of bullying in terms of negative behaviors, repeated over time, with a power imbalance.
- Describe key findings from research on cyber victimization, including incidence and associated mental health sequelae.
- Contrast approaches used for traditional bullying assessment and intervention with methods for assessing and treating cyber bullying.
- Develop a plan for how to incorporate cyber bullying assessment and intervention into relevant clinical cases.
PARENTS: If you are concerned that your child is involved in some type of cyber bullying, either as the recipient or as a perpetrator, this webinar may be for you. You will gain an understanding of what cyber bullying looks like, and learn parenting strategies and skills to help your child if they are being victimized.
- $35 (1.5 CE for psychologists, certificate of attendance provided for all other disciplines)
- $30 – Early Bird – Registration prior to January 24, 2022
- $25 – Student
Parents, educators and non-professionals:
- $10 (no CE credit)
CE & CME INFORMATION: 1.5 CE for Psychologists
Full attendance is required to obtain CE credit. Please confirm your state accepts CE from APA approved CE sponsors. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in receiving CME for this training.
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HOMESTUDY OPTION: This webinar will be recorded. If you are not able to attend the webinar live, you can provide your email HERE and receive a notification to register for the recorded homestudy session for CE credit.
AGENDA: Click here to view
Professionals seeking CE credit: REGISTER HERE. Full Attendance is required to receive credit.
Non-Professionals, educators, parents and pediatricians: REGISTER HERE.
This webinar will be recorded and all registrants will receive an email with a link to the recording following the presentation.
PRESENTED BY: Ryan Landoll, PhD
Dr. Landoll is a dual-board certified Clinical and Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychologist, who specializes in treating anxiety and depression in adolescents and pre-teens. Dr. Landoll pioneered early research on cyber victimization and bullying, developing a measure for assessing cyber bullying in youth that has been used internationally in this research area. Dr. Landoll utilizes an evidenced-based, systems, developmentally informed approach to his work with both children and their parents. In addition, as an Air Force reserve officer, with ten years of active duty service, Dr. Landoll is passionate about the needs of military and veteran service members and their family members.
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The Ross Center is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The Ross Center maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
The Ross Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders LLC is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Psychology as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed psychologists #PSY-0105.
Ryan Landoll, PhD