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Available for Keynotes and Continuing Education

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Browse a list of recent and upcoming presentations to see what I’ve recently done and what is coming up.

Sample Clips

You can view my video appearances for news media, live educational webinars, and my recent 2013 Ignite talk on my video page.

Audio clips are below.

WARNING: Are Online Reviews Bad For Your Health? [10 minutes] This is my part of my 2012 SXSW Interactive presentation.

WARNING: Are Online Reviews Bad For Your Health? [10 minutes] This is my part of my 2012 SXSW Interactive presentation.

Using Social Media to Brand Yourself as a Psychologist [20 minutes] This is a presentation I gave in 2011.

Here are links to the websites I referenced in this talk:

This screenshot was used as an example of how I used the space provided in my own Yelp listing to address my concerns about clients leaving reviews. Feel free to click to see it in large size, and you are more than welcome to copy, borrow, or adapt it for your Yelp page.

Speaking Feedback and Ratings

Whenever I speak, I have participants evaluate my performance. I appreciate the opportunity to learn how to become a better presenter. Here are some of my more recent ratings.

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Ethics and Social Media in the Future of Psychology

June 20, 2014

6 hour CE presentation to 91 attendees in Rockland, Maine.

Ethics Pitfalls and Opportunities in Social Media

June 7, 2014

4 hour CE presentation to 45 attendees at Argosy University, Alameda, California.

Digital and Social Media Ethics for Psychologists

October 19, 2013

2 hour CE presentation to 20 clinicians at Los Angeles County Psychological Association.

Feedback received from 20 psychologists after the training.

Key: 1 = absolutely not, 2 = probably not, 3 = uncertain, 4 = somewhat, 5 = absolutely

Digital and Social Media Ethics Presentation to Santa Clara Psychological Association

May 20, 2012

3 hour CE presentation to 25 clinicians

Key: 1 = poor 2 = fair 3 = good 4 = very good 5 = excellent