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5 Simple Ways to Practice Healthy Social Media Use

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By Grant Stenzel, MS Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

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For most of us, social media is a must-have. Invites for a majority of events are handled on social media; your newsfeed showcases the milestones of all your friends, acquaintances, and everyone you met a party one time four years ago.… Read the rest →

Youth and the Digital Age

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By Deepak Santhiraj, MSW Licensed Clinical Social Worker

The Effect of Technology on Adolescents

In viewing the contemporary youth outlook in America, unique challenges kids face on a daily basis are apparent: conflicts with peers and parents combine with daily pressures to form a ceaseless helping of stress.Read the rest →

The Social Media Guide: How to Balance Online and Offline Relationships

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iStock_000052917622_smallSocial media is a double-edged sword. It’s good for a lot of things. It bridges the distance created by different time zones and sleep schedules. It allows us to keep tabs on those that matter most to us, even when they’re the furthest from us.… Read the rest →

Just a Facebook Message or Something More? Examining Online Infidelity

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iStock_000011126355LargeWith the rise of Internet access and social media, cheating has gone beyond the seedy motel to the growing trend of online infidelity. According to the American Psychological Association, Americans spend at least 13 hours a week online—as much time as they spend watching TV.… Read the rest →

Navigating Cultural Media: Kids and Social Media

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Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, online gaming… The world our children are growing up in is quite different from the one we experienced as children.

Grant recently presented “Navigating Cultural Media”: a seminar designed to teach parents how to keep their kids safe while using each of these applications.… Read the rest →