From The Diane Rehm Show,Click here to listen"New technology has radically changed the way we communicate with each other. Young people especially are relying on texting and social media for advice and friendship. A recent study found that children between the ages 8 and 18 are spending more than seven hours with electronic devices every…Read more
View an interview with 2014 NAIS Annual Conference featured workshop speaker Catherine Steiner Adair.
"Excessive use of computer games among young people in China appears to be taking an alarming turn and may have particular relevance for American parents whose children spend many hours a day focused on electronic screens. The documentary “Web Junkie,” to be shown next Monday on PBS, highlights the tragic effects on teenagers who become…Read more
Catherine Steiner-Adair speaks at the MA state house.Click to view the videoRead more
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Dr. Nancy Snyderman and Catherine Steiner-Adair join to discuss the gap in technology use between kids and their parents.Duration: 7:53 Read the full article at: http://www.msnbc.com/morning-joe/watch/the-parent-child-tech-rift-76275267692Read more
After hearing Dr. Steiner-Adair speak at a parenting program, this loving mother of three finds that small changes reap big benefits in heartfelt connections. Excerpt: I went to a lecture recently by a woman who I wish was my therapist.In just an hour, Catherine Steiner-Adair, Ed.D., a Boston-based, soft-spoken, clinical psychologist and co-author of The…Read more
Dr. Steiner-Adair joins PBS News Hour’s Jeffrey Brown to talk about social and emotional challenges of the Digital Age and the need to “outsmart our smartphones” to be savvy users. Excerpt: “…One of the good trends I see happening more and more in the schools I work in is that schools are doing more intentional…Read more