Book Dr. David Greenfield as a Business or College Speaker

Greenfield Speaking

A frequent lecturer and guest speaker at businesses, colleges and universities, Dr. Greenfield is available to speak on a variety of topics related to Internet and technology use, including but not limited to:

Business Related Topics

  • How to increase business and educational productivity by managing Digital Distractions

  • Legal Issues with the Internet

  • The Myth of Multitasking: How you really can’t do more than one thing at a time!

  • How to increase business and workplace productivity by managing technology use more effectively: sometimes less is more

  • Electronic Etiquette: How to use digital technology without it running your life

  • Managing Digital Distraction in a Complex World: learning a more balanced and conscious use of digital technology and smartphones

General and Family/Parenting Related Topics

  • Internet and Technology Addiction

  • Taming  Social Media and Texting Addiction

  • Sex and the Internet

  • Video/Computer Game Addiction

  • Teaching Teens Sane Use of Technology

  • How to manage and improve educational  and academic productivity by managing Internet and Digital media use and abuse at home and in school.

  • How technology causes excessive stress and decreases productivity

  • Understanding  Social Media and Texting use in Kids, Tweens, and Teens

  • Why Sex and the Internet are so Interconnected

  • Video/Computer Games: What’s the attraction and why are they addictive?

  • Legal and Safety issues with the Internet.

  • Managing Digital Distraction in a Complex World: learning a more balanced and conscious use of digital  technology and smartphones

  • Teaching Teens Sane use of Technology

  • Electronic Etiquette: How to use digital technology without it running your life

Links to Videos of Recent Talks:

16 Minute Excerpt from a Six-hour Professional Education Workshop

To:                National Association of Social Workers
At:                Connecticut Clinical Supervision Conference May 21, 2012
Title:            Digital Media, Internet & Technology Addictions: Clinical issues and Explorations
Reference:  Patricia G. Hartman, Coordinator of Professional Development

National Association of Social Workers, CT Chapter
2139 Silas Deane Highway, Suite 205, Rocky Hill, CT  06067
860 257-8066 (P)

5 Minute Excerpt of an Hour Long Talk to Parents on Technology Addiction

Additional Talks and Referrals

To:                1st International Congress of Technology Addiction, Istanbul April 6-7-8 2012
Title:            Virtual addiction: Why we become addicted to the Internet and digital media technology?
Reference:  Dr. Mehmet

To:                Vermont Psychological Association, Continuing Education Program, Montpellier, VT
Title:             Virtual Addiction: Digital Media and Internet-Enabled Sexual Behavior
Reference:   Rosanna Lak, Executive Director, Vermont Psychological Association

100 State Street, Suite 329  Montpelier, VT  05601-1017
802 229-5447 (P)


Rev. Paul Habersang, St. James’ Episcopal Church
2584 Main Street, Glastonbury, CT  06033
Ph: (860) 633-8333 Ext 202

Donna K. Brennan, Northeast Health Services
Ph: (508) 880-6666
Cell: (774) 254-5103

Sandra Valente, Ph.D., LADC,
Program Coordinator, DARC
Behavioral and Social Sciences Division
Naugatuck Valley Community College
750 Chase Parkway Waterbury, Connecticut 06708
Ph: (203) 596-8655

Prof. Enrique Echeburúa, Facultad de Psicología
Universidad del País Vasco
San Sebastián, Spain
Tel: 943 018 329

Robin Hammeal-Urban
Pastoral Response Coordinator
Episcopal Diocese of Connecticut
Ph: (860) 233-4481
Toll Free: (800) 842-0126

Netta K. Stern, Director of Clinical Services
Jewish Family Service
111 Prospect Street  # 410 Stamford, CT  06901
Ph: (203) 921-4161  Ext 122

Lisa Smith Executive Director JFS of Greenwich

Edward M. Roche, Ph.D.
Director of Scientific Intelligence, PERC.

Ken Chan, Chief Officer
Service Development (Children & Youth)
Hong Kong Council of Social Service
Tel: (852) 2864 2936

Margaret Briggs-Gowan, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor Department of Psychiatry
MC 1410
University of Connecticut Health Center
Ph: (860) 679-3872

Kathryn Barnard
Youth Services Director
Town of Windsor Locks, CT
Ph: (860) 627-1482

Room and Audio/Visual Requirements

  • Talks can be given in a classroom, lecture hall or convention/hotel setting
  • Unless prior acceptance, no home housing
  • Microsoft PowerPoint compatible projection system
  • Lavalier Microphone – no cords, wires, etc.
  • No audio or video taping allowed without expressed written consent of Dr. Greenfield
  • All transportation, including but not limited to airline travel, train travel, ocean travel must be refundable

Speaker Fees, Terms and Conditions

Information related to Dr. Greenfield’s speaker fees, travel requirements, terms and conditions will be supplied on request. Please call The Center for Internet and Technology Addiction at 860-561-8727 for further information or to request Dr. Greenfield as a guest speaker or lecturer for your organization. You may also email