2012 Webinar Series
Social Media: Why it Matters for Children's Mental Health (part 1 of 2-part series)
Presented: June 12, 2012
This webinar will focus on why social media is important for the children's mental health world and will provide data as to who is using social media and how, why it matters, and what impact it can have on the field of children's mental health. Attendees will walk away with data and language they can use to then persuade others in their organizations, community and system of care efforts to use social media, and give it the time and energy that's required to use it successfully.
This webinar hosted by Community Solutions at the University of South Florida is for educational purposes only. Webinar content may not be reproduced, downloaded, disseminated, published, or transferred in any form or by any means, except with the prior written permission of the Department of Child & Family Studies' Chair.
Brittany Smith, Director of Community Management at the Children's Mental Health Network.
Brittany is responsible for ensuring active and clear communication among Children's Mental Health Network staff, its members, and individuals who utilize Network services. Brittany works with the Network to improve their use of social media and new technology in their education and advocacy work. Brittany brings to the Network a keen understanding of how to maximize social media to help effect increased awareness and action around the needs of youth with emotional challenges, their families, and the communities who serve them.