Social Media and Mental Health Guidance for Teachers and Parents

Thu Oct 17, 15:00 - Thu Oct 17, 17:00
iStore Sandton Drive


Exploring the link between social media and the mental health of our youth 

A series of discussions for teachers and parents 

Join Think Ahead as we navigate the world of social media and how this impacts the mental wellbeing of today’s youth. 

Sessions offer an interactive and informative exploration of the world our youth live in, how you can help and what you need to know. Resources and self-help materials will also be available. 

Having the Social Media talk with your tech-savvy child

17 October, 2019

Lets get practical - how to approach the topic of social media and understanding the use of a social media contract. This session will also explore Social Media Self-Care for teachers, parents and learners.

About the Presenter :

Cayley Jorgensen is a Registered Counsellor with The Health Professions Council of South Africa. Her main focus is creating awareness and educating parents, teachers, and students on the mental health pressures of today’s world, as well as resources and techniques to understand and cope better. She completed her Bachelor of Arts Undergraduate Degree with distinction at the University of Pretoria and her Bachelor of Social Science Honours (BPsych Equiv) Postgraduate Degree cum laude at The South African College of Applied Psychology. She combines her passion for public speaking, mental health, and social media to help all South Africans navigate the technological space we currently live in.

Cayley forms part of the Think Ahead team as a consultant specialising in social media patterns of behaviour

No refunds once bookings made.

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Social Media and Mental Health Guidance for Teachers and Parents
iStore Sandton Drive
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