Jonathan Singer, @socworkpodcast
is at the table tonight!
This is the link for the simultaneous YouTube Live Stream at 9PM EDT
Another way to look at this is suicide, grief, PTSD – and the impact on schools. Throw in a dash of hands on work within local school districts and wrap it around with technology. Yeah, that about covers it.
Tonight’s Twitter Chat dovetails into last week’s conversation with Skye from the March for Our Lives movement and SPSM’s own Dr. April Foreman.
Below is the video from last week.
Please join us at 9:00pm EDT on Twitter – look for the @spsmchat and use the hashtag #spsm for all Tweets, Retweets & responses.
Dr. Jonathan Singer
President-Elect, American Association of Suicidology
Dr. Singer is an associate professor of social work at Loyola University Chicago. His clinical and research interests focus on family-based interventions for suicidal and cyberbullied youth; service access and service utilization; use of technology in education and clinical practice. Dr. Singer is interested in the interpersonal mechanisms that protect against or contribute to youth suicidal risk within families; how and why parents access services for their suicidal children; and how technologies such as podcasts and social networking sites can be used to disseminate information about prevention and intervention of youth suicidal behaviors, cyberbullying, and social work education and training. Dr. Singer is the co-author of the 2015 Routledge text “Suicide in Schools: A Practitioner’s Guide to Multi-level Prevention, Assessment, Intervention, and Postvention.” He is a frequent contributor to the online community Suicide Prevention and Social Media (#SPSM), and the founder and host of the award winning podcast series, the Social Work Podcast (http://www.socialworkpodcast.com).