The Not-So-Social Media & the Working Woman | Dr. Nahal Delpassand


In this session, Dr. Nahal Delpassand will be discussing social media and the epidemic of isolation.

Do you get irritated when you can’t find your phone and you’ve heard the notification jingle? Do you wake up and immediately reach for your phone? How about those few minutes of free time during the day – do you find yourself compulsively scrolling through your social media news feed? If you’re like thousands of other Americans, you probably can’t imagine a day without social media. This incredible technology has connected us like never before, yet we rarely stop and think about the impacts it has on our lives and relationships. In this webinar, she will discuss:

– The growing body of research that highlights this relationship

– The Impact of the “Like” on the brain and connection to addiction

– Observations from my own clinical practice

– Tips and tools for navigating a balance between logging on and logging off

Speaker Bios

Dr. Nahal Delpassand
PsyD and PLLC

Dr. Delpassand, PsyD and PLLC, has been working in the field of Counseling Psychology for eight years and in private practice for two years. Dr. Delpassand completed her doctorate in counseling psychology at Our Lady of the Lake University in San Antonio. She completed her doctoral residency at Emory University in Atlanta and has obtained her local training from St. Edward’s University Student Health and Counseling Center, Austin Child Guidance Center, McCallum Place Austin Eating Disorder Treatment Center, and Hospice Austin.

Dr. Delpassand enjoys working with adolescents and adults. She would describe herself as a solution-focused, future-oriented psychologist. While traditional models of long term therapy can be helpful, Dr. Delpassand believes in the benefits of brief therapy and empowering clients to cultivate a life that is in alignment with what they value. Dr. Delpassand believes that all her clients possess inherent strengths to address the problems of living but recognizes that in times of distress these strengths can be dormant. She values helping clients realign with the power of their intrinsic potential. Dr. Delpassand emphasizes cultivating a safe, trusting environment that allows for collaboration, empathy, and awareness so that sustainable progress will ensue.


Read Dr. Delpassand’s Leadership Spotlight here: Psychologist Turns Pain Into Passion

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