A Workshop with Screenwise author Devorah Heitner & Sheryl Gould
Are you in the deep end - having second thoughts about getting your tween or teen a phone?
Is your kid addicted to their phone?
Is your kids’ phone leading to social and friend issues that are stressing them out? (re: group text hell)
Do your kids need help navigating the anxiety that comes with FOMO and the stress of needing to be constantly available?
Do you need help teaching them how to navigate the distractions and rabbit holes of time when they should be doing homework and chores, etc.?
Join me for this webinar where my friend and screen time guru Dr. Devorah Heitner (author of Screenwise and the forthcoming Growing Up in Public) will share her best strategies and insights on the complicated issues surrounding our kids’ use of tech.
Dr. Heitner’s work has appeared in the New York Times, the Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, and CNN Opinion. She has a Ph.D. in Media/Technology & Society from Northwestern University and has taught at DePaul and Northwestern. She is delighted to be raising her own teenager and she lives with her family in Chicagoland.
Sheryl Gould is a parenting expert focusing on tweens and teens. Host of the Moms of Tweens and Teens Podcast, she is also the author of “SOS! The Technology Guidebook for Parents of Tweens and Teens: Get The Answers You Need, Keep Them Safe and Enjoy Your Kids Again” and her soon to be released book, “You’re Not Crazy, You’re Not A Bad Parent, and No Your Teen Really Doesn’t Hate You.”
She is the founder of Moms of Tweens and Teens, an international organization supporting moms to grow in their self-awareness, become more effective parents, and build stronger connections with their adolescents and families.
Sheryl is a master at providing simple, practical tools, backed by solid research and real-life stories that will help you understand your adolescents on a deeper level. She teaches how to communicate so one can start building real connections, love, and trust; in order to raise emotionally healthy, happy, and responsible adults.
We know this workshop will have a LOT Of value and we want this workshop to be accessible to all, so we are using a “pay what you can” model.
If you’re able to support this workshop financially, please do as that helps us make it available to more people who don’t have the resources to pay at this time.