Technology, Social Media and Family Life

Technology, Social Media and Family Life

26th May 2021
7:00 pm

Location:
Online

Places remaining: 94
Cost: FREE

There are a limited number of Free places on this course for those who wish to avail.
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Technology, social media and family life: Technology and screens now dominate family life and this is especially the case since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic. While technology provides important ways of communicating and learning, there are also many down sides. In this talk which will be delivered on line on Wednesday the 26th of May at 7.00 pm, Professor John Sharry will present practical principles for establishing healthy family habits around using technology in the home.

Prof John Sharry is a social worker and family psychotherapist with over 27 years’ experience as a child and adolescent mental health professional. He is a founder of the Parents Plus Charity, an adjunct Professor at the School of Psychology in University College Dublin and Clinical Director of Silver Cloud Health. He is co-developer of the award winning Parents Plus Programmes, and the bestselling author of fourteen positive psychology and self-help book for families including Positive Parenting, and Counselling Children Adolescents and Families. John is the weekly parenting columnist for The Irish Times and a regular contributor to the national media.

26th of May 2021 at 7pm via Zoom

Pre-booking is essential due to limited spaces available, for further information please contact Nollaig Murphy on 029-60633.

 

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