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Apr 13, 10:00 AM EDT

Technology Inside the Classroom and Office

Conversations around digital wellness tend to be individual-focused; the onus is often placed on us to "fix" our excessive use of personal devices and social media platforms, without any mention of the digital cultures we have to function within at our places of work and learning. How does the technology employed at companies and schools impact our overall attachment to technology? In this episode, we'll take a more systemic view of digital wellness, look at the roles our professional and educational communities play, and discuss how we can create meaningful change in these areas.

About Teodora Pavkovic

Teodora is a New York-Singapore-based psychologist and parenting coach with over a decade of international experience helping both children and adults improve their emotional and mental well-being. Her unique approach draws from the fields of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), emotional intelligence, positive neuroplasticity, interpersonal neurobiology, attachment theory as well as Strategic Intervention Coaching. She uses research-based tools to help her clients lead fulfilling and intentional lives. Learn more about her work at teopcoaching.com

About Teodora Talks Tech

The modern pace of life, and technology's role in speeding it up, is making it increasingly hard to maintain presence, focus and emotional balance. In an increasingly online world, how can we gain insight into our problematic digital habits and develop best-practices that help us use technology in ways that support our mental health? In this series, therapist and parenting coach, Teodora Pavkovic, will explore what digital wellness means for children and adults, and how we can go about forming healthy relationships with our tech in the present, and prepare for innovations that are yet to come. 

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