Workshops

Over the last 12 years Dr. Greenfield has presented over fifty public lectures, professional workshops, and business seminars  on the topics of Internet Addiction, The Impact of Technology, Technology and Stress, and other high-tech addictions, including Cybersex, Pornography, Gambling, and Video and Computer Gaming. Dr. Greenfield is available for other workshops on a range of Internet and Digital Media Technology topics.

 

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The Center for Internet and Technology Addiction is at 860-561-8727.

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Sample Workshop and Lecture Topics:

  • Cyber Widows and Widowers: The Internet and Marriage

  • The Web @ Work: How Internet abuse and addiction can decrease job performance and productivity.

  • Love on line: The truth about sex, love, and relationships on the Internet.

  • How the Internet and Digital Media Technology is impacting our Colleges and Universities.

  • Our Digital Youth Culture: Texting, Sexting, and IM

  • Chatting or Cheating: Cybersex, Virtual affairs, and Real-Time Infidelity.

  • The future of the Internet: How it has changed the way we Live, Love, and Work

  • Virtual Addiction: Attraction or Affliction of the Digital Age – A workshop for mental Health, Addictions, and Employee Assistance Professionals.

  • Lost in Cyberspace: Why are kids spend so much time on-line.

  • Digital Distraction: How to Stay Sane in Tech Stressed World.

  • Conscious computing: How to manage your Technology so it doesn’t Manage You

Sample Professional Workshop

Virtual Addiction: Attraction or Affliction of the Digital Age: A Workshop for Mental Health, Addiction, and Employee Assistance Professionals

Topics

  1. Personal Introduction and Background of Dr. Greenfield

  2. The Internet: How it has changed Your Life? (Basic definitions about the Internet)

  3. The Nature of Addiction: Can You really Be Addicted to a Computer and the Internet?

  4. Toward a modern definition of Internet Addiction. (Relevant research review and discussion of recent ABCNews.com research project.)

  5. Taming your Cybertooth Tiger: What To Do to help an Internet Abuser or Addict?

  6. Cyber-Relating: The New World of Relationships on the Internet

  7. Cybersex: The Electronic Bedroom

  8. Chatting or Cheating: Crossing the Line, Online

  9. Computer Widows and Widowers: Marriages on the verge of Virtual Destruction.

  10. The E-Store: Shopping, Gambling, and Investing in the World Online

  11. The Web at Work: The Job the Internet is doing to employees.

  12. Real-time Living and Actual-Reality: How to enjoy and Benefit from Technology without being consumed by it.

  13. Cyber-Children and the Internet: How to Safeguard Children and teach parents about Online dangers.

  14. The Future is the Present that hasn’t happened yet: New Uses and Abuses of the Internet.

  15. Closure and Discussion / Q&A

Please note: This outline serves only as a general guideline. Each workshop and presentation may be altered depending upon audience background, time constraints, and specific goals expressed by participants. The contents may be adapted to your specific training needs.

Other Workshops

Dr. Greenfield is available for other workshops on a range of Internet-related topics. Sample topics include:

  • The Internet and Marriage: Is there room for both?

  • Stolen Time: How Internet abuse and addiction can decrease job performance and productivity.

  • Love on line: The truth about sex, love, and relationships on the Internet.

  • How the Internet is impacting our colleges and Universities.

  • Chatting or Cheating ( Crossing the line on-line): and cybersex, virtual affairs, and real-time infidelity.

  • The future of the Internet: How it will reshape the way we live our lives.

  • Virtual Addiction: Attraction or Affliction of the Digital Age. A workshop for mental Health , Addictions, and Employee Assistance Professionals.

  • Lost in Cyberspace: The Internet @ Work