Joined 5 years ago from Walnut, California
Joan Swart, PsyD, is a Forensic Psychologist, lecturer in Psychology at the Eisner Institute for Professional Studies, and business developer at Open Forest LLC, an online self-help platform for mental health problems such as depression, anxiety, ADHD, and addictions. Joan specializes in analyzing dysfunctional behaviors and personality disorders and has published two books by mainstream publishers. The first, in 2015 by Springer, is titled "Treating Adolescents with Family-Based Mindfulness" and the second, in 2016 by CRC Press, is titled "Homicide: A Forensic Psychology Casebook."
5 years ago
Instead of connecting people, the Internet sometimes magnifies personal problems, inequalities, and conflict among youth, causing mood disorders and harmful behavior such as suicide and violence.
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