Technology and mental health

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Everyone discussed personal reasons for being at session

Corpus of psychological help site partnered with for profit

Discussion of the challenges of free tools (like Facebook or Discord) to emote, and how it can be problematic

Remote worker mental health.

Gaggle – suicide prevention tool for kids. - how to moderate without relying on keywords but still self-regulating

In a meeting or isolated for remote

Stepping away from tech is helpful, but also hurts remote connection.

Clearly delineation about where and when to emote with tech is helpful, and providing spaces where emoting is okay is helpful.

“Professionalism” means “emotions aren’t allowed”

Stepping away from tech should be allowed and encouraged

Personal notetaking stuff: