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1 Welcome to the Open Sky Webinar We will begin at 6pm-see you soon!

2 Adolescents, Young Adults, and Technology Understanding their Online Lives Presented by Dr. Fred Peipman, Ph.D. Open Sky Clinical Psychologist, Clinical Therapist Team C

3 Agenda Introduction: Digital Immigrant vs. Digital Native What are they doing online? Potential Problems How to support them Benefits of Disconnecting from Technology

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5 Conventional Speed Controlled, Sequential, Focused Existing Content Text First Work-Oriented Privacy and Introspection Digital Immigrants vs. Digital Natives

6 61% Playing games 53% Downloading media 73% Using social networking What are they doing online? 62% Getting news or info 48% Shopping 38% Sharing creations

7 Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Maslow’s Hierarchy of Internet Needs

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10 Creating Online Identities

11 Hide online activities Don’t tell parents 52 % 32% 45% View pornography Chat with a stranger 25% 56% Know someone bullied online

12 Abuse and dependence Wasting time Low self-worth Escaping reality Stuck in virtual realities Depressive & anxious symptoms Potential Problems

13 Inappropriate Sharing Sharing or posting anything… Mom wouldn’t like Unsafe Irresponsible Provocative Illicit or illegal Embarrassing

14 Online Identities & Interactions Mindlessness Online Disinhibition Effect Suler, J. (2004)

15 Impression Management Authentic self-presentation vs. … Presenting a public image that is favorable Fundamental in human interactions

16 Setting Cyberspace Boundaries Limit online time Think of long-term online identities Share or talk about profiles Talk to kids about pornography Assess online activities Discuss changing content, connections Be aware of trends, technologies

17 Helping Find Balance

18 Balance

19 Benefits of Disconnecting from Technology Discovering authentic self More meaningful connections Increased creativity Better eating habits & sleep Lowered stress, anxiety, depression More grounded and connected to peers, parents

20 Thank You! drfred@openskywilderness.com 970.382.8181 Please keep this browser window open. When the presentation is complete, it will take you to a short survey for today’s webinar.

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