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Our world has changed significantly over the past 18 months. As a society we have become increasingly reliant on technology. Children may be the most affected group by these changes in technology. Dr. Beckwith will discuss cyber sexual abuse, stalking, and bullying. This presentation will focus on social media platforms and how children and other vulnerable populations have been targeted during this time. Additionally, this training will provide information about warning signs and potential interventions.
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    Bradley Beckwith, Psy.D.
    Licensed Psychologist
    Dr. Beckwith graduated from Mansfield University with a BS in Criminal Justice and Psychology in 2000. He spent much of his career working in the forensic field with an emphasis on addictions. in 2015 Dr. Beckwith graduated from Chestnut Hill College with a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology. Dr. Beckwith’s education has focused on psychological assessment, neuropsychology, as well as clinical and forensic psychology. In 2012 Dr. Beckwith began working at Forensic Treatment Services as a clinical practicum student and has remained with the practice ever since. Dr. Beckwith also serves as adjunct faculty at Chestnut Hill College and teaches Graduate level courses that include: Psychopathology, Systems Therapy, Addictions Treatment, and Co-Occurring Disorders. Dr. Beckwith has given more than 20 different presentations in professional contexts. In 2017 he presented at an APA-accredited international conference in Prague, Czech Republic.