The Upstanders: Film Screening and Panel Discussion

May 17, 2020, 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

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This online event is appropriate for community members ages 13+.  Pre-registration is required by CLICKING HERE

In honor of May being Mental Health Awareness Month, we invite you to join us for this special online screening of The Upstanders, an IndieFlix original documentary about the mental health consequences of cyber-bullying, resilience and the power of connection to end bullying. The Upstanders explores cyber-bullying, bullying among friends, families, co-workers and the brain science behind it all. In addition, the film highlights new laws and programs that are already reducing bullying in schools and shows us how we can learn to make a difference together to create systemic change.

The film screening will followed by a panel discussion with local mental health experts including:

Jaclyn Issner, PhD
Jaclyn Issner is a supervising psychologist at Children’s Hospital of Michigan where she teaches and supervises graduate students. She also has been an adjunct professor at University of Detroit Mercy, teaching Child & Adolescent Development. Jaclyn has a small private practice and primarily sees teens and preteens who have difficulties managing stress, anxiety, depression, grief and relationships.

Jamie Silverman, M.A., L.P.C.
Jamie Silverman is a licensed professional counselor who brings extensive training and experience working with children, adolescents, young adults and families. Jamie specializes in anxiety, depression, mood disorders, anger management, sibling rivalry, defiance, self- esteem, and difficult family dynamics.

Thank you to The Ravitz Foundation for supporting this event.
Questions? Contact Amy Wayne at awayne@jfmd.org