Could you use help dealing with screen time?
A special class hosted by family therapist Susan Stiffelman and
psychiatrist Victoria Dunckley:
Screen time: How Much Is Too Much?
Meet your hosts, Susan Stiffelman, MFT and Victoria Dunckley, MD
Susan Stiffelman is the author of Parenting Without Power Struggles, Parenting With Presence (An Eckhart Tolle Edition) and the weekly parenting advice columnist for The Huffington Post. She is internationally regarded as one of the top parenting experts in the world, blending conscious parenting principles with highly practical strategies to make raising children easier and more joyful for parents and kids alike.
Victoria Dunckley, MD, is an integrative child psychiatrist with expertise on the impact of screen-time on mood, focus, sleep, and behavior. Based on brain principles, medical research, and more than 500 case studies, her methodical approach takes the guesswork out of “how much is too much.” She is the author of Reset Your Child’s Brain: A Four Week Plan to Raise Grades, End Meltdowns, & Boost Social Skills by Reversing the Effects of Electronic Screen Time.
Endorsements for Susan’s work
“Shows parents how they can transform parenting into a spiritual practice….Yes, children produce adults, but, more important, Susan Stiffelman’s unique book shows you how children can produce conscious adults.”
Eckhart Tolle, The Power of Now
“Susan loves children and loves supporting parents who are raising children. She understands the power of sane parenting.”
Byron Katie, author of Loving What Is
“Susan Stiffelman is an insightful writer who clearly knows what she’s talking about, sharing much-needed wisdom and advice for the caring but often frustrated parent.”
Marianne Williamson, bestselling author