In an increasingly technological world, college students have access to an unmatched amount of information online, including social media. This conceptual poster will provide attendees with an overview of how college students’ decision making may be influenced by social media. The potential impact of social media on a college-age client’s ability to engage in the therapeutic process and interventions will be addressed, and empirically supported recommendations will be explored.
Educate attendees of the impact social media can have on a college-aged client's decision-making.
Explore the areas in which college-aged clients are likely to experience impact as a result of social media related decision-making, including the academic, occupational, and relational realms.
Address the possible implications of social media influence on college-aged clients’ ability to engage in the therapeutic process and interventions.
University of Central Florida