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My Digital TAT2 [web resource] [downloadable]

mydigitalTAT2 385My Digital TAT2 is a Silicon Valley nonprofit organization whose mission is to address one of the most challenging issues facing families today: how to build the healthy habits, critical thinking, and thoughtful online behavior necessary to integrate technology into our lives in a constructive way.

My Digital TAT2 provides workshops and seminars for students, parents, educators, health care providers, and business professionals. They work in school, clinical, and corporate settings, as well as at youth and community organizations.

Educators

My Digital TAT2 offers a multitude of school programs that include:

  • Student Workshops (for elementary through high school-age students)
  • Parent Education Seminars
  • Teacher Professional Development

Read the descriptions for the school programs and workshop offerings.

Also check out the following downloadable resources:

Clinicians and Healthcare Professionals

For clinicians and healthcare professionals, My Digital TAT2 offers workshops on:

Risk-taking in the Digital Age

Through interactive discussions, videos, and case scenarios, clinicians and healthcare providers will explore online risky behavior, digital reputation, cyberbullying, and cyber dependence and addiction. Participants will leave with an understanding of the benefits and challenges today’s children and teens face, a recognition of online risk-taking and psychological responses to social networking. Prevention and intervention strategies will be highlighted. (CEUs available upon request.)

Sexuality, Gender, and LGBT Identity in the Digital Age

Many questioning, lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender teens are turning to social media for a safe place to explore and define their sexual and gender identities. This course will help parents, healthcare professionals, and counselors understand the stages of LGBT identity formation, how these adolescents use social media in their exploration, and ways to support questioning and LGBT youth.

Understanding Girl World in the Digital Age: Managing Risks and Creating Opportunities

This course describes the role of digital media in creating risks to and opportunities for building healthy self-esteem in adolescent girls. We discuss a model of emotional resilience that parents, healthcare professionals, and clinicians can use to help girls navigate issues like body image, perfectionism, pressure to achieve, social relationships, and managing intense emotions.

​Parents and Caregivers

My Digital TAT2 provides the following free, downloadable resources for parents and caregivers:

  • Finding the Right Media Balance for Your Family – Learning how to achieve a healthy media balance is a life skill we teach our kids, just as we teach them how to learn to swim and drive a car.
  • Parenting in the Digital Age – Tips for parenting your child in a 24/7 digital world and recommended resources.
  • Print Resources  Includes books and workbooks for teachers, administrators, counselors and parents on bullying, cyberbullying, empathy, relational aggression, and other topics

Do you need someone to talk to? CHC can help. We invite you to call or email our Care Managers at 650.688.3625 or caremanager@chconline.org to set up a free 30-minute consultation.

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