ParentsOctober 25, 2022 2022-10-29 3:47
Let’s face it, most parents have a love-hate relationship with technology. It can make so many aspects of parenting a breeze, and others a living nightmare. And with parents feeling information in this field is all just statistics and research, who has time figure out real-life strategies that actually work?
For nearly a decade, psychologist Brad Marshall has been helping families find a balance between healthy screen time and problematic overuse. Real strategies, with concrete examples. These strategies resonate with parents.
So much so, famed publishing house HarperCollins asked Brad to spin this very seminar into his recently
released book “The Tech Diet for your Child and Teen”.
The Tech Diet for your Child & Teen
My book “The Tech Diet for your Child & Teen” – The 7-step plan to reclaim your kid’s childhood (and your family’s sanity) – is now being sold in all good book stores across Australia.
Are you a parent struggling to set healthy, effective rules around technology in your house? Or have you already set clear parameters but find yourself outsmarted by your tech-savvy kids? Are you sick of hearing technology experts throw statistics and research at you with few practical parenting strategies on offer?
As The Unplugged Psychologist, I am on the front line helping parents deal with the dominance of gaming and problematic technology use. My clinic, the Screen and Gaming Disorder Clinic, was one of the first in Australia established to help young children, teenagers and families whose lives are totally torn apart by technology.
The Tech Diet for your Child & Teen provides real-life strategies that any parent can implement to create a healthy balance and put your kids’ development first. Based on solid psychological research explaining why screen addiction is so powerful, my jargon-free advice gives a clear plan for parents who have had enough and are serious about changing the way their kids use and interact with technology.
The Tech Diet for your Child & Teen contains:
Ways to apply workable solutions for excessive internet use and gaming rather than fighting about it
Advice on how to take control of the Wi-Fi and manage smartphones and data
Practical tips to help survive the school holidays
How to tackle kids telling you they are doing ‘homework’ while switching screens
A holistic plan that puts your child’s wellbeing first, screens second
Special information for children with conditions such as ADHD, autism spectrum disorders, anxiety and depression
You can purchase your copy today in Big W, Dymocks, Target, Bookface, QBD Books, and all other good book stores.
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