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Kids, Teens & Screens: Webinar

By Vanessa Hemp on 21 May, 2020





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Screen time is a common concern among parents, therapists and educators. Should there be rules around screen time, including how much is allowed in a day? At what age do children and teens have a right to privacy? What about screens at different age groups, from toddlers to teens? Are violent video games harmful? These are some of the questions which arise, and are addressed in this webinar. These questions have become more pressing in the wake of the global Covid-19 pandemic and school closures around the world. Screens have at times served the purpose of virtual babysitters, or simply entertainers during the long hours of the week while school's out. Join clinical psychologist Vanessa Hemp for an informative recorded webinar, and gain insight from her refreshing, balanced approach.




















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