Modern technology is designed to keep us engaged, often in ways that feel overwhelming, mindless, and addictive.
Screens are everywhere and staying glued to them can strip us of the most precious resource we have: our time & attention.
But we aren’t powerless.
We can use technology in ways that contribute positively to our lives.
This starts with becoming aware and considering what we do and don’t want. We can then support ourselves and our children in developing and maintaining a healthier relationship to screens. Not just with hard no’s or open-ended permission, but with a nuanced, considered response: a mindful tech strategy.
How can we learn to use screens to enhance, support and nurture ourselves, our children, and our families in ways that align with our values?
I constantly hear from parents that they're overwhelmed when it comes to managing screen time for themselves and their children. As an elder millennial, I know how difficult it is to raise children when they're using screens for school, socializing, creativity, entertainment, exploration, and more.
No other generation of parents has faced such a challenge.
But you don’t need to be stressed out. I’ve got your back.
There are easily implementable tools, skills, and solutions. It can be simple.
Gather your community to learn how to raise media literate, emotionally aware & screentime-mindful families. These responsive, discussion-based workshops offer the community-support we all need, the 411 on your child's digital world, and the seeds of awareness and action you’ll need to strategize and implement deeply considered choices at home.
Bring all your questions, and let's build a strong foundation for raising screentime-mindful kids - together.
"My sessions with Adam were like pure therapy but with a focus on something I don't feel I can discuss at length with my therapist. An unburdening of all my digital complaints and a safe reveal of my embarrassing thought processes in relation to social media and life in the digital age. I recommend him to anyone needing advice on trying to understand how to navigate this life in a healthier way."