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Technology Addiction and the Developing Brain:
How to Recognize and Treat Gaming and Internet Addiction in Children and Teens

Previously Recorded

Presenter: Sara Schwartz Gluck, PhD, LCSW

60 minutes

Learning Objectives:
  1. Definition of technology dependence vs. healthy use of technology
  2. Information regarding the effects of technology addiction on the brain and on behavior
  3. Tools for treating addiction and assisting clients in developing coping skills

This webinar offers 1 NYS ED Self Study Credits

This course will cover recent data regarding technology addiction. Participants will learn about the child and adolescent brain, and the impact of technology on normal development. In addition, participants will learn how to work with clients and parents on increasing emotion regulation skills while decreasing technology use.

Learning Objectives:
  1. Definition of technology dependence vs. healthy use of technology
  2. Information regarding the effects of technology addiction on the brain and on behavior
  3. Tools for treating addiction and assisting clients in developing coping skills

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