Bespoke psychological coaching for those in the social media spotlight to foster mental wealth, online and off.
Living in the public eye and maintaining your online presence is a new frontier of human experience. Get support to maintain mastery over your digital and overall wellbeing from a uniquely experienced psychologist.
Coaching sessions may explore any/all of the following:
- Defining boundaries between your personal and professional identities.
- Understanding the potential impacts of digital media use on your mental health and wellbeing.
- Strategies to balance your work, life and technology use to avoid burnout and to live aligned to your goals and values.
- Managing pressure, expectations and tension around your public and private life.
- Responding to disagreements, criticism, negative feedback, keyboard warriors, trolling and online abuse (including reporting cyber-abuse to the police and eSafety Office)
- Managing your energy and engagement with your online community and being responsive without feeling tethered to your devices.
- Meeting the demands of sponsors and governing bodies around integrity and transparency.
Improving media and information literacy and your responsibility to avoid disseminating misinformation.
- Exploring the cyberpsychological issues at play in digital spaces, use of CBT and ACT techniques to manage negative thought habits, comparison and self-doubt.
Jocelyn combines her psychological counselling skills with her decade of experience researching cyberpsychology to provide bespoke, confidential guidance on the demands of living in the public eye. Jocelyn is a Trusted eSafety Provider with the eSafety Office and a member of Australian Psychological Society.
Who is this for?
Suitable for anyone who is building their online identity and looking to upskill on managing potential impacts of our always-on lives: influencers (micro to mega), public figures, athletes, eSports players.
One off, 90-minute session or various packages of 5-10 sessions.
Fees: available upon request.
Face to face: in Burwood in Sydney’s inner west (covid restrictions dependent)
Online: via secure video link
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