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Screen Time in the Mean Time: A Parenting Guide to get Kids and Teens Internet Safe explains the impact screens have on developing brains. With a quick overview of screen benefits, risks, and strategies for safer screen use, Dr. Bennett provides actionable tools to help your family reconnect, not disconnect. For families with toddlers, school age kids, or teens.

The GKIS Home Starter Workbook will help you establish the “basics” for home screen safety. With 10 easy, actionable steps you will set you up your cooperative family tech dialogue, establish important rules and parameters, onboard your digital toolbox for filtering and monitoring, and set up home work stations to optimize supervision, creativity, and screen competence. The workbook is offered as an alternative for the GKIS Home Starter Online Course. For families with toddlers, school age kids, and teens.

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Dr. Bennett is the screen safety expert who teaches families how to strengthen relationships AND achieve screen sanity. She is founder and CEO of GetKidsInternetSafe (GKIS) and author of Screen Time in the Mean Time: A Parenting Guide to Get Kids and Teens Internet Safe.

As a mom and psychologist, she’s seen the impacts of digital injury and how to treat and prevent it. After being distracted herself, she needed answers for her own kids; shame-free, actionable strategies that work. They weren’t out there, so she committed to the GKIS mission. For more information, go to DrTracyBennett.com.

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