I know it's bad but...

Audience: Professionals and managers

Length: 40 – 60 minutes

Venue: In-person or online

If you use digital technology to get your work done, it is quite likely you have many digital devices that you juggle every day to coordinate all your life roles and responsibilities. 

You may feel like you never really switch off, are constantly distracted and have numerous expectations (from all areas of your life) for immediate responses and increased demands on your attention. 

You may even feel like you are losing control of it all and not quite sure how to get it back. 

In this talk you will find out how different areas of our professional lives have been influenced and impacted by the ubiquitous acceptance and use of digital technology – both positive and negative. 

You will come away with a sense of understanding that you are not alone in your struggles to maintain a healthy work-life-play balance and reduced feelings of guilt around the amount of time you spend engaging with work through digital devices. 

You will leave the talk with a new way of thinking about your digital work style and feel more confident in setting work and home boundaries to improve your overall professional digital mental health and well-being.  

Ditigal wellbeing in the age of technology

Audience: Parents, teachers and therapists

Length: 40 – 60 minutes

Venue: In-person or online

We seem to be unable to escape the pervasiveness of technology in our everyday lives.

Almost nothing can be done without some form of digital technology being entrenched and intertwining with the process. 

As a society, we have dived headlong into accepting these devices and gadgets without taking a step back and considering how this ubiquitous use of digital technology impacts us as individuals, as a family and as a society.

This talk draws on the latest research on digital technology use among adults, teens and children – both the positive and the negative. 

You will come away with a new appreciation of how your emotional and mental well-being is affected by digital technology use.

You will leave with practical hints and tips that you can easily implement into your daily life to upgrade your relationship with digital technology – working towards a healthier personal digital mental health and wellbeing for you and your family. 

If you have any questions, want to know more or would like an interview on digital mental health or technology use in the workplace, you can connect via social, or click the button above to Get In Touch.