HKSCP Professional Seminar 2021 Digital Media, Cognitive Change and Family Shifts
Date: 20 Jan, 2022 (Thu) Time: 7-8pm Fee: HKSCP member $300, non-member $400 Fomat: Online Meeting (Google Meet) Language : English
Speaker: Dr. Scarlett L Mattoli, CPsychol, MAPS PsyD, MACouns, MScCoaching Psychology, MSc Psychology (CogNeuro), PGDipSPED, PGDipSocSci, PGDip Coaching Suoervision, PGCertSocSci, BA Psychology
British Psychological Society (BPS) Chartered Psychologist (CPsychol) BPS Registered Qualified Test User (RQTU) Member Australian Psychological Society (MAPS) Member: Hong Kong Psychological Society (HKPS) Member Australian Counselling Association – Level 4 Counsellor (MACA4) Member British Association for Cognitive Psychotherapies (BACP) – Registered Counsellor Member Hong Kong Society for Counselling and Psychology (HKSCP) – Registered Clinical Psychologist, Registered Counsellor, Registered Psychometrist Member: Hong Kong Professional Counselling Association (HKPCA) Member: International Neuropsychology Society (INS) Member: APAAP/NAADAC – Certified Senior Addictions Counsellor (SAC) Registered Test User and Administrator (RQTU): BPS (Personality, Ability, Education) Member: International Society for Coaching Psychology (MISCP) Member: European Mentoring and Coaching Council: Accredited Coach: Practitioner Level (MEMCCAccred) Member: Association for Coaching (UK): Accredited Coach (MACAccred) Member: Coaching Supervision Academy: Accredited Coaching Supervisor (MCSAAccred) Supervisor: Monash University (HK), Masters of Counselling Placements Part-time Lecturer/Supervisor: University of East London, Dept. Psychology, Positive & Coaching Psychology Masters Programme
Digital Media and its impact on Cognitive Development and the meaning of Family Life: An interactive exploration of the learnings, pitfalls, and hidden benefits of a rapid paradigm shift in human development.
·Known and hidden pitfalls of enforced virtual reality ·Current impact of accelerated online life for adults ·Neurological changes in digital natives ·Implications of immersed digital life for youth ·Best digital modelling practices vs parental controls – a raging debate ·Why family collaboration may be a key glue for the digital divide
Application deadline: 15 Jan, 2022
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