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How does social media and your smart phone impact your mental health? Problematic smartphone and social media use with Dr. Jon Elhai

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In this conversation, Dan welcomes Dr. Jon Elhai to discuss problematic smart phone and social media use.
This conversation explores the addictive aspects of social media and smart phones; however, they are not recognized as addictive disorders in the DSM or ICD. They also discuss the risk factors for excessive internet use, such as long-standing issues, coping styles, and internet-related cognitive biases like fear of missing out (FOMO). They discuss the importance of assessing the functional impairments caused by excessive use rather than just the duration of use. They explore the relationship between rumination, excessive reassurance seeking, and problematic use, and the potential negative mood effects of smartphone and social media use. In this conversation, Jon and Dan discuss the relationship between smartphone use and mental health, particularly depression. They highlight that excessive smartphone use is more likely to exacerbate existing mental health issues rather than cause them. They argue that social media and smartphones can have both positive and negative effects, depending on the individual and their circumstances. They also discuss the role of clinicians in assessing and treating problematic smartphone use, as well as the importance of parental guidance and government regulations to protect children from the potential harms of excessive digital media use.
Guest Starring:
Dr. Jon Elhai

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Leave a voice message on Speakpipe
🎞️Video version of the show@PsychotherapyAppliedPsychology on YouTube
🎧 Listen on your podcast player of choice
Connect with Dan
🔗LinkedIn
🐥@TheAPPod on twitter
📬TheAppliedPsychologyPodcast@gmail.com

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In this conversation, Dan welcomes Dr. Jon Elhai to discuss problematic smart phone and social media use.
This conversation explores the addictive aspects of social media and smart phones; however, they are not recognized as addictive disorders in the DSM or ICD. They also discuss the risk factors for excessive internet use, such as long-standing issues, coping styles, and internet-related cognitive biases like fear of missing out (FOMO). They discuss the importance of assessing the functional impairments caused by excessive use rather than just the duration of use. They explore the relationship between rumination, excessive reassurance seeking, and problematic use, and the potential negative mood effects of smartphone and social media use. In this conversation, Jon and Dan discuss the relationship between smartphone use and mental health, particularly depression. They highlight that excessive smartphone use is more likely to exacerbate existing mental health issues rather than cause them. They argue that social media and smartphones can have both positive and negative effects, depending on the individual and their circumstances. They also discuss the role of clinicians in assessing and treating problematic smartphone use, as well as the importance of parental guidance and government regulations to protect children from the potential harms of excessive digital media use.
Guest Starring:
Dr. Jon Elhai

💬 Click here to text the show!

Leave a voice message on Speakpipe
🎞️Video version of the show@PsychotherapyAppliedPsychology on YouTube
🎧 Listen on your podcast player of choice
Connect with Dan
🔗LinkedIn
🐥@TheAPPod on twitter
📬TheAppliedPsychologyPodcast@gmail.com

  continue reading

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