Strategies to keep your teen safe online
Unlike the traditional technologies most of us are familiar with, such as print or video, computer content provides teens a gateway for hyperstimulation: instant gratification linked to any content our teens desire.
This readily-available virtual environment often mystifies parents. We might not understand the technology like our teens do. Many of us are so busy with the necessities of life that we cannot keep up with the latest trends. As a concerned adult or parent of an e-teen, this book will provide the tools you need to address some of your fears and keep your teen safe online.
Craig Georgianna has worked with teens in trouble since 1987. He is the Director of The Center for Psychotherapy. A private practitioner in Marriage, Family, and Child Therapy, Craig is a certified sexual addiction therapist, a multiple addiction therapist and has his Doctorate in Psychology.
Tom Underhill is a technology expert and has been involved with the Internet since the early days of the World Wide Web. Tom is the author of eight books on technical and introspective topics and has lectured at regional, national and international venues.
Chad Kelland has his Master’s of Arts in Psychology from Chapman University. He was the senior researcher on the project.
Hyperstimulation: Helping Teens Survive Online Life
- Published in 2010
- 256 pages
- ISBN 978-1-932-25204-0
- Initial run of 2500 copies published in 2010
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