November 09, 2018
CORA Services Conference Center
8540 Verree Road
Philadelphia, PA 19111
Registration is closed.
This workshop addresses the addictive nature of the internet and the new epidemic our society is facing in the modern age of technology. Emphasis will be placed on effective treatment approaches and strategies to support breaking free from technology addictive behaviors and finding a more balanced approach to maintaining one’s overall cyber-wellness and cyberhealth. We will explore practical approaches to people’s relationship with technology which emphasizes safety, awareness, and respect regarding the use of technology and the internet.
Troy Brindle, LCSW, is a Partner and Director at Springfield Psychological, providing outpatient therapy for the past 20 years, treating a wide range of child, adolescent and adult behavioral health issues including specializing in self-injurious behaviors. Troy has served on the Pennsylvania National Association of Social Work Board of Directors since 2011 in a variety of capacities. He is currently the Co-Chair of the Clinical Care Committee for NASW-PA.
Currently, Troy also serves on the Board of Directors for Access Services and two state-wide task forces to
transform Pennsylvania’s healthcare delivery system. Representing NASW and Springfield Psychological,
Troy was recently featured on the nationally televised Informed Series with Rob Lowe for his pioneering work
in integrating behavioral health services within 50 primary care settings including AdvoCare Pediatrics, Main Line Healthcare and Penn Medicine.
For more information call 215.701.2629 or register online here.
Registration begins 1/2 hour prior to stated program time. Pre-registration is required. Cancellations made LESS THAN 72 HOURS before the programs will NOT be refunded.
Objectives: As a result of this interactive workshop, participants will be able to:
- Learn how to address 4 key areas of technology that escalate addictive behaviors.
- Understand how to identify two effective approaches and two effective strategies to support parents in helping their child/teen balance cyber-health.
- Learn how to recognize and utilize the following terminology: cybersafety, cyber-awareness, harm
reduction and cyber-respect.
This program will benefit Psychologists, Social Workers, Mental Health Counselors, Educators, Principals, Teachers, Graduate Students, and other practitioners within mental health and education who provide direct services and/or parent/teacher consultation for this population.
Credits Offered: 3 credits for
- Act 48
- Pyschology credits
- SW, MFT, & PC
12:00 Evaluation and conclusion