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Is social media actually bad for adolescent mental health?

February 16 - 14:00 to 16:00


Society members: £58.20

This webinar unpacks the complex relationship between social media use and adolescent mental health.

Social media has long been blamed for causing a crisis in adolescent mental health. But this is an oversimplification, and the scientific evidence indicates a far more nuanced picture of this relationship.

This webinar aims to provide clarity on this topic, covering the latest findings from psychological research. The webinar is relevant for anyone working with adolescents, particularly in educational and clinical settings, and will provide attendees with a more accurate – and more hopeful – understanding of the role social media plays in young people’s lives.


February 16
14:00 to 16:00
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