Unplugging in Pandemic Life

Supporting Your Tween/Teens’ Physical, Social, and Emotional Development in the Digital Space

A presentation by Dolly Klock, MD

If you were not able to join us for this timely Parent Education event, or would like to review, we have provided this recording of  parenting expert Dolly Klock’s  special presentation on the challenge of finding a balance between screen life and real life. The recording includes attending parents’ Q&A.

Dr. Klock writes:

The pandemic has led many families to “green-light” apps and loosen boundaries around technology. This tech-positive workshop helps parents create a thoughtful plan as they guide their kids through the next phase of their digital lives.

About Dolly: 
Dolly Klock, MD is a board-certified family medicine physician, founder of Adolessons, speaker, consultant, and mom of two teens.  Dr. Klock holds a BS from UCLA, an MD from Albany Medical College, and completed her Family Medicine residency at Brown University-Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island. She has over twenty years of experience helping families connect over tricky topics, and believes that the best preventive medicine is delivered via effective health education. Through Adolessons, Dr. Klock provides individual and group consultations for parents, teens, and tweens, around a variety of topics germane to child and adolescent health: childhood sexual development, puberty, teen sexuality in the digital age, body image, mental health, vaping/substance use, and more. For more information, visit www.adolessonsLA.com.

Target Audience:
Parents of 3rd-9th grade students (parents of all grades welcome). This presentation is open to members of the public, so feel free to pass on the Zoom link below to friends and family.