The Cost of Likes:
How To Support Employees and Their Families Struggling With Social Media
Watch our March webinar to learn how employers can support families struggling to manage their teen’s relationship to social media.
Raising teens in our digital age intensifies the complexity of the existing challenges. This webinar can help you better support employees and their families struggling to manage their teen’s relationship to social media.
Replay this discussion with panelists Michele Harris, Manager of Work Life Services for Wellstar Health System, Mandie Conforti, LCSW, Senior Director of Employer and EAP Strategy at Spring Heath, and Megan Bohinc, Provider Lead at Spring Health.
You will learn:
- How social media is impacting teen mental health
- The importance of modeling healthy behavior and creating guidelines
- What parents can do to help their kids create a healthier relationship with social media
Meet the Speakers
MANAGER, WORK LIFE SERVICES AT WELLSTAR HEALTH SYSTEM
Michele Harris is the Manager of Work Life Services for Wellstar Health System. Headquartered in Marietta, Georgia, the system has 24,000+ team members who care for patients in 11 hospitals, five health parks, and 300+ medical offices across nine counties.
SENIOR DIRECTOR, EMPLOYER AND EAP STRATEGY AT SPRING HEALTH
Mandie Conforti, LCSW
Mandie currently serves as Senior Director of Employer and EAP Strategy at Spring Health. She has clinical experience in EAP and substance use treatment, and has previously worked as a Behavioral Health Consultant at Willis Towers Watson and Mercer. Mandie spent the last 20+ years working with Fortune 500 companies to promote emotional wellbeing in the workplace.
PROVIDER LEAD AT SPRING HEALTH
Megan Bohinc holds Professional Clinical Counselor/Supervisor and Marriage and Family Therapist licenses in Ohio and Georgia. Before starting her role at Spring Health, Megan worked for six years at Emory University as Assistant Director, in the Department of Accessibility Services.
WHAT OUR COMMUNITY IS SAYING
Spring Health is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for the SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP®. This program is valid for 1.5 PDCs for the SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP®. For more information about certification or recertification, please visit www.shrmcertification.org.