Jan 6, 2023: Childhood 2.0, a Special Film Screening That Explores the Cultural Dangers for our Children with Dr. Carol Gandolfo
Posted On January 3, 2023
UPDATE: Dr. Gandolfo recommends parents visit website culturereframed.org for advice on how to handle the dangers on social media and to protect their children.
Brian Sussman talks with Dr. Carol Gandolfo, an Ambassador of Hope with Shared Hope International, and activist against human & sex trafficking in Northern Arizona. They discuss Childhood 2.0, a documentary that will be be presented at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre in Sedona on January 11 at 4PM. This is a must see event to understand how to save the future of our children.
Childhood 2.0 is an exploration of the dramatic technological and cultural shift that children and parents have faced since the rise of social networks and mobile devices.
This special film screening is presented by the Sedona International Film Festival and sponsored by Shared Hope International on Wednesday January 11 at 4pm at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre in West Sedona. The Screening will be followed by a guest speaker and panel Q&A. Tickets are $12 per person ($9 for Sedona Film Festival Members).
Dr. Carol L. Gandolfo is a Psychologist and Marriage Family Therapist licensed in both California and Arizona. She has over twenty years’ experience working with developmental disabilities, major mental illnesses, domestic violence victims, family therapy, etc.
She is the current owner of CLG Behavior Consultants, LLC. She has forensic experience in the areas of assessment, competency training and expert witness for individuals with developmental disabilities and attendee at the Academy Group Violent Criminal Behavior and Criminal Profiling. She is a Board Certified Founding Fellow of the College of Advanced Prescribing Psychologist, certified in mediation training with the Arizona Attorney General, Certified Trauma Therapist.
She is the Co-creator of the Sex Trafficking and Interdiction for the Protection of Children Manual currently being distributed throughout Arizona for use by law enforcement personnel. She is a volunteer with the Sedona Police Department. She has been a member of the Coalition Against Human Trafficking – Northern Arizona for almost six years, and now is an Ambassador of Hope with Shared Hope International.