#78: Mapping Screen Time with Dr. Nicole Beurkens
As Dr. Nicole shares in this week’s episode, the number of devices and the kinds of digital media we’re exposed to have exploded over the past decade. Both parents and professionals have questions and concerns about the impact these devices have on children, their sleep, their moods and more. Tune-in for some sound advice on shutting off the screens and recommending our clients do too.
May 17, 2019
There is an increasing amount of published research on electronic media and sleep disturbance alone. Please see Dr. Nicole’s article linked above and check her reference list to start.
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