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Presentation-style

  • Course Description

    In this interview-style course, in addition to being exposed to an overview of our relationships with social media (including relevant and current statistics), listeners will learn how to identify potential risk factors of unhealthy social media use in their clients. Listeners will be provided with pragmatic strategies to promote healthier device management and positive digital citizenship, including how to recognize potential risks/negative outcomes of their use and utilization, as well as skills, strategies, and recommendations regarding interventions.

  • Learning Objectives

    Upon completing this course, participants will be able to: Identify two or more biological, psychological, sociological, and/or academic/occupational negative consequences which may be directly linked to social media, utilization, and/or behaviors; Describe symptomatic manifestations of unhealthy or inappropriate social media use.


    Target Audience and Instructional Level
    This course is intended for psychologists, therapists, social workers, clinical counselors, and addiction counselors. Instructional level: Introductory/Intermediate

  • How To Take This Course

    In order to receive a certificate of completion reflecting the associated CE credit hour, you must:
    #1: Have an active Clearly Clinical membership
    #2: Listen to the corresponding course podcast
    #3: Achieve a passing grade on the post-presentation test (the test has up to ten questions and you must earn a score of at least 80%; you are able to re-test)
    #4: Complete the required course evaluation.

    Course requirements (including the course audio, post-test, and course evaluation) can be completed on a computer or mobile device via your Clearly Clinical account.

  • Course Format

    This high-quality and interesting course contains a one-hour, non-interactive audio podcast interview which is available for free via Apple Podcasts, Google Play, or your other favorite podcast providers. You can also listen to and download the file via our course player.

  • Commercial Support

    There is no known commercial support or conflict of interest for this CE program, presenter, sponsor, instructor, or content.

  • Certificate Access Details

    Once you've completed the course, your certificate will automatically populate in the 'Certificate' section of your account; it will also be emailed to you. Access to completion certificate will expire 365 days after issuance. Course certificates will be on file for ten (10) years from date of course completion.

Instructor

Technology/Electronic Use Expert

Don Grant, Ph.D., MFA, DAC, CADC

Technology User & Abuse Expert

Dr. Don Grant is an internationally award-winning media psychologist, researcher, addiction specialist, chairman of the American Psychological Association "Device Management & Intelligence" Committee, and has been commissioned by APA to write the only book on "Healthy Device Management & The Practice of Good Digital Citizenship" they plan to publish. He is also a certified chemical dependency counselor, nationally certified group facilitator, and clinician/educator trainer. He received his B.A. with honors from the University of Michigan, MFA from the University of Southern California, and both an MA and Ph.D. (summa cum laude) in Psychology (with an emphasis in media psychology) from Fielding Graduate University in Santa Barbara.

Elizabeth 'Beth' Irias, MS, LMFT #80500

Interviewer

Elizabeth 'Beth' Irias is a licensed Marriage & Family Therapist and the Founder and President of Clearly Clinical. She has specializations in Clinical Documentation, Best Practice, and Utilization Review, and works closely with clinical teams across the US as a trainer and national conference presenter. She operates a private practice in Westlake Village, CA, where she provides therapy to adolescent/young adult clients, members of the LGBT population, and those with addictive disorders. Beth is an adjunct professor at Pepperdine University in the Graduate Psychology and Education department. She also has two young children, a super cool husband who does Clearly Clinical's audio work, a rescue dog, and a rescue cat.

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