Practical Ways to Reduce Stress from Social Media and News Outlets
This webinar features Mary McNaughton-Cassill, Ph D., licensed psychologist and professor specializing in stress responses to news and media. Designed for family caregivers, human resources managers, EAP professionals, and adults concerned about themselves or others.
Dr. Mary McNaughton-Cassill
Dr. McNaughton-Cassill is a professor of Psychology at the University of Texas at San Antonio. She does research on stress management, has published in a variety of academic journals, and written a book entitled Mind The Gap; Coping With Stress in the Modern World. She is also chairing a university committee charged with finding ways to increase faculty awareness of student mental health issues. In her 20 years at UTSA, she has served as the Associate Dean of Undergraduate Affairs, and the Interim Director of the Teaching and Learning Center and is a fellow of the UT System Distinguished Teaching Academy.
Susan Weinstein, JD
Susan Weinstein, J.D., serves as Co-Executive Director of Families for Depression Awareness and Editor in Chief of Care for Your Mind, a mental health advocacy blog. She has been with the FFDA since 2012.