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UCSF Threat Management Team (TMT) Presents: Cyberbullying and Harassment: What To Do If It Happens To You
Join us for a webinar focused on the prevalent and pressing issues of cyberbullying and online stalking. In today's digitally connected world, these challenges impact individuals across all age groups and backgrounds. Our training will not only help you recognize signs of online bullying and stalking but also provide you with effective strategies to protect yourself and others. Whether you're a concerned parent, educator, or individual seeking to enhance your online safety awareness, this session provides valuable insights and practical tools. Register today to empower yourself with knowledge and take a stand against cyberbullying and stalking.
Presenter: John Brown, PsyD, FSAP Clinical Psychologist and UCSF’s Threat Management Team Lead
Dr. Brown is a licensed Clinical Psychologist with the Faculty and Staff Assistance Program at UCSF and in private practice. He earned his master's and doctoral degrees in Clinical Psychology from The Wright Institute in Berkeley, following the completion of a bachelor's degree in History at Portland State University. Dr. Brown's career has been marked by significant contributions in various fields, including his work as a clinical psychologist with the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, where he specialized in providing care for patients facing acute psychological distress. Since 2016, he has been an integral part of UCSF's Threat Management Team, and in 2022, he assumed the leadership role as the Threat Management Team Lead. His blend of academic achievements and real-world experience underscores his commitment to psychological care and threat management.
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