On Wednesday, October 9, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at Carondelet’s Garaventa Center, De La Salle High School, in collaboration with Carondelet High School and Fusion Academy Walnut Creek, is sponsoring a screening of the new documentary LIKE. This documentary examines the impact of technology, particularly social media, on our lives. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion featuring local health professionals.
Registration for this event is required. CLICK HERE to RSVP for the LIKE viewing on Wednesday, October 9.
For a preview of what you can expect to see on October 9, CLICK HERE to watch the trailer for LIKE.
Here are brief bios for the panelists that will be attending the LIKE event on October 9:
Stephanie Sanbergen, LMFT, is a California licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with over 10 years of experience working with clients from various backgrounds, including adults, the elderly, children, couples, families, and LGBTQ clients. She focuses on a humanistic and systems approach which includes helping the client gain a healthier understanding of self, helping gain meaning in life, and exploring the client's roles in the systems he/she is a member of. She focuses on the entire person: physical, mental, social and spiritual and utilizes a variety of approaches such as mindfulness, expressive arts,journalling, and nature while also challenging clients and modifying her approach to be more eclectic depending on what is helpful for the client. She truly cherish the challenging and rewarding work of psychotherapy.
Dr. Beth Halbert, known as America's Teenologist is a licensed child, family, teen psychologist with 25-years plus experience as a dynamic facilitator, speaker, and management consultant. Dr. Beth has a thriving private clinical practice and facilitates workshops nationally for parents and teens. As a leading expert in parenting teenagers, Dr. Beth has worked with hundreds of families to create stronger parent-teen bonds. As the moderator for Dr. Beth's Compassionate Parenting National Teleconference Series, she takes a unique approach to helping both teens and parents overcome the difficulties of adolescence, combining proven clinical practices with warmth, playfulness, self-expression and compassion. She assists parents and teens in building positive dialogue and developing more connected relationships.
Dr. Bradley Johnson is an experienced child and adult psychiatrist who enjoys helping patients with complex issues such as: dementia care and prevention, bariatrics (weight loss and weight loss surgery), addiction, ADD/ADHD, anxiety and mood disorders, and psychopharmacology. He additionally specializes in the use of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) for a wide variety of psychiatric and neurologic illnesses. Prior to joining Amen Clinics, Dr.Johnson was the medical director for a Federally mandated program that oversaw quality of care for all dementia patients in the state of California. Dr. Bradley Johnson completed his undergraduate studies in biology at UC Davis and graduated from Loma Linda University School of Medicine in 1996. He completed a residency in psychiatry at Loma Linda University in 2002.