Join us for a free screening of 'LIKE,' a film that explores the impact of social media on our livesJoin us for a screening of a new documentary, “LIKE” on Tuesday, April 20 at 6 p.m. followed by a panel discussion.
This webinar is brought to you by the District Mental Wellness Committee. "LIKE" is a film-based education program, and the second installment in the IndieFlix Mental Health Trilogy (Angst, LIKE, & The Upstanders), exploring the impact of social media on our lives and the effects of technology on the brain.
The goal of the film is to inspire us to self-regulate. Social media is a tool and social platforms are a place to connect, share, and care … but is that what's really happening? We will be showing the film, which will promptly be followed by a panel discussion and include access to further resources and materials.
Following the screening we will be having a panel discussion with Moderator Scilla Andreen, Social Worker Lauren Hibbard, School Resource Officer Jenna Quattrini, BCSD Mental Wellness Committee Student Representative Colin DeLaney, and Liberty Resources Supervisor Maura Aseltine.
Lauren Hibbard is a school social worker for the Baldwinsville School District. She participates on the Mental Wellness District Committee. She is experienced working with adolescents struggling with mental health issues, supporting families and providing community referrals. She collaborates with district staff, administration, parents and outside resources to ensure the overall wellness of students.
Scroll down to see the short biographies of the other speakers.
Learn more at www.thelikemovie.com
To learn about all of IndieFlix's online, film-based education programs, visit www.indieflix.com/edu
Meet the Panel:Scilla Andreen
Scilla Andreen (Pronounced Sheila) is the CEO and Co-Founder of IndieFlix and the founder of the IndieFlix Foundation. She is the Producer and Director of the new documentary, LIKE. Scilla is a popular speaker at Sundance, Cannes, CES, SXSW, Women in Film, and other major industry events. Scilla is on a mission to change the world with film.
BCSD Mental Wellness Committee Student Representative
Colin DeLaney is a senior at C.W. Baker High School. He has been a student representative on the Districts Mental Wellness Committee since his sophomore year. Colin strives to collaborate with and represent his peers in order to be provide the student perspective on Mental Health initiatives and programs. He is passionate about mental health and works to raise awareness about certain problems and solutions.
Liberty Resources Supervisor, LMFT
Maura Aseltine is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who is a Supervisor for the School Based Mental Health Program for Liberty Resources Integrated Health Care. Previously, she worked with at-risk youth and their families in home-based therapeutic care in Onondaga County. As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, she has an understanding of the systems that children and teens experiencing mental health difficulties are a part of and impacted by, working in collaboration with their families, schools, and communities to support these needs.
School Resource Officer
Jenna Quattrini is the School Resource Officer at Baker High School in the Baldwinsville Central School District. She has been a Village of Baldwinsville Police Officer for seven years, previously assigned as a road patrol officer. She is certified in Crisis Intervention Team training which involves community partnerships and collaborations between law enforcement and 911 operators the mental health system the community, including consumers, family members, advocates and others. She is participating on the district Mental Wellness Committee and the district Diversity and Equity Committee.