Image result for age of social media
"Psychiatry in the Age of Social Media"
Sponsored by NYCCAP's Communications Committee
Thursday February 7, 2019
7:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Location: Mount Sinai Hospital, JW Conference Center, 1184 Fifth Avenue, 7th Floor, Room, 7-12, New York, NY 
(Register below; Deadline: February 6)

NYCCAP is hosting this event to draw attention to the prolific impact Social Media has had on the development of children and the field of psychiatry.

Experts will come together to address topics as diverse as:
• Screen smart parenting
• Therapeutic/treatment options with the use of social media
• Social media presence and managing professional identity
• Legal ramifications
Please join us to learn more about about the benefits and challenges that arise when social media meets psychiatry!

Jodi Gold, MD
Dr. Gold is a board certified adult and pediatric psychiatrist, with clinical expertise in child & adolescent pharmacology, reproductive psychiatry, parenting & divorce, psychotherapy of anxiety, mood disorders and the management of digital technology.
Dr. Gold received her B.A from the University of Pennsylvania. She completed her medical training at the University of Tennessee and her residency in psychiatry at Weill Cornell College of Medicine followed by a fellowship in pediatric psychiatry at Cornell. She also completed a clinical fellowship in infant psychiatry that focused on reproductive psychiatry and early parenting and attachment. During her training, she received awards from the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP), the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and the Association of Women Psychiatrists (AWP).She has spoken nationally and internationally to physicians, educators and parents about her developmental approach to managing digital technology in children and adolescents, which led to her new book Screen-Smart Parenting: How to Find Balance and Benefit in Your Child’s Use of Social Media, Apps, and Digital Devices. Screen Smart Parenting has received international acclaim and was awarded the runner-up book of the year by the National Academy of Nursing and often makes the lists for the “must have” parenting books..
Owen Muir, MD
Dr. Muir is a Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist and the medical director of Brooklyn Minds, a group mental health practice in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. He is a graduate Amherst College in 2001 and recieved his MD from of the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry in 2011, completed his adult psychiatry training at the Zucker Hillside Hospital, and completed his child and adolescent psychiatry training at the NYU School of Medicine. He is now a Clinical Assistant Professor at the Baylor School of Medicine. During his time at NYU, he was awarded the Rudin Fellowship in Ethics and Humanities for his work on "Self-disclosure: a narrative journalism podcast about mental health and recovery.” This project features conversations with people in recovery from mental illness, and as part of project, Dr. Muir discloses his own history of bipolar disorder. He regularly lectures on social media, the use of self disclosure, mentalization based treatment, deep TMS, and physician wellness and suicide prevention.

Howard Forman, MD
Dr. Forman is a graduate of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and completed residency in Adult Psychiatry at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. He then completed his fellowship in Forensic Psychiatry at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Currently, Dr. Forman is the director of the Addiction Consultation Service at Montefiore Health System and Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. He is a regular contributor to US News and World Report and the book review editor of the Psychiatric Times. The New York Times, Rolling Stone, and Cosmopolitan Magazine, have all turned to him for opinions concerning the intersection of popular culture and mental health. Most recently, he has been involved in the social media realm by helping victims of cybercrimes recover from online-related consequences.

First Name*
Last Name*
Designation (MD, DO, PhD, Other/N/A*
I use these social media regularly (check all that apply)
For more information, please contact