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The Psychological Society of Ireland,
Floor 2, Grantham House,
Grantham Street, Dublin 8, D08 W8HD.

 
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Young people, technology, and mental health



The Ashling Hotel, 8 Parkgate St, Arran Quay, Dublin 8
Date: 5th May 2017 
Time: 09.00am – 16.30pm
4 Learning Credits

Fees: ACAMH member 95euro, non-member 115 euro. Students/trainees 50euro.
Book online or telephone ACAMH, London




Presenter:
Professor Mona O’Moore and Professor Gary O’Reilly


Rationale for Event:
To provide Psychologists and other health professionals with current knowledge about the effects of technology on young people, cyberbullying, and innovations in engaging young people through technology


Teaching Objectives:

  • To provide participants with current information on young people’s use of technology and social media in today’s world

  • To educate professionals with information on cyberbullying and how to combat this

  • To disseminate information on appropriate uses of technology to engage young people and provide interventions


Outline of Psychological Content:
Psycho-education on the effects of various types of technology on young people’s mental health, including cyberbullying.


Outline of Relevant Empirical Support/ Evidence base for this activity:
Professors Mona O’Moore, Gary O’Reilly, and Colman Noctor have all carried out extensive evidence based reseach in their areas of expertise.
This is a very topical clinical area that many Psychologists and other health professionals are dealing with currently in mentala health practises.

To register for this event contact: mariama.jalloh@acamh.org



Refund/Cancellation policy:
Cancellation policy: cancellations received a month in advance of the event will be refunded in full less a £10
administration charge; cancellations received after this date will receive no refund. Data Protection Act: by signing
this application, I agree to ACAMH keeping data about me for the administration of training courses and conferences.
All data held by ACAMH is not revealed to any individual or organisation other than that required by statute.








 

 

 
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