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Screen Time: A Reward or Consequence? | Counselor’s Perspective on Setting Digital Boundaries.

Screen time and social media platforms like Instagram and Facebook can be great tools for learning, networking, and entertainment. Like anything else we interact with, Read More

Social Media & Cyber Safety

Is Your Teen Struggling With Who They Are? How to Help Your Teen With Their Identity In a Digital World

Have you seen the movie The Edge of Seventeen? It’s about a 17-year-old girl, Nadine, struggling to identify who she is and her place in Read More

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Protect Your Kids: What to do About Dangerous Messages Embedded in YouTube Kids and Other digital Content

What all parents need to know about suicide and sexual content on social media and YouTube Kids. While YouTube is on blast right now (and rightly so), the awareness of suicidal content can not be limited to that one platform. Read More

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I'm Not Crazy, Just Grieving.

“You never know when your life will change forever. It is a strange thing that you can wake up, take a shower, pray a little just like any other day, and have no idea that this particular day will forever be marked with sorrow. I was just 23 when I lost my mom. Trust me when I tell you that there is no cookie cutter way to walk through grief." 1c207520a6214c8a8518339568b4bd69

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On Demand Video Parent Workshop- Social Media & Digital Wellbeing

Do you know how your kid uses their device? From social media to online gaming and everything else our teens have at their fingertips, knowing what they're exposed to might surprise you.

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FREE WEBINAR: DIGITAL WELLBEING FOR OUR KIDS Do you know what your child is doing on their smartphones and Learn More


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Introducing Let’s Talk Teens ™

Let's Talk Teens™ is a place parents, educators, youth workers and teens can go to find resources and tools that speak to their circumstances– a place where they can openly share and find a community looking to help teens cope and communicate. Read More


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“As youth workers and parents of teens, we can feel overwhelmed by the ever-changing modern world. We can work together to raise authentic, emotionally healthy teens in the online environment they are living in."

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Bree Jensen

Bree is a youth advocate, speaker, writer, advisor, mom of four (including a teen), and former competitive athlete who has spent the last 16 years helping families, schools, and communities across the country navigate the ups and downs of the teen years.

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