• Parents: Meet Dr. S, author of KIDS, PARENTS & TECHNOLOGY: A GUIDE FOR YOUNG FAMILIES, the current comprehensive resource for raising and managing digital kids.

  • Dr. S Talks with Kids: In these charming videos for kids 2 through 10, best if watched together with a parent, Dr. S introduces himself and his friends to ideas that prepare them to cooperate with loved ones and parents who are reorganizing kids' home media consumption according to KIDS, PARENTS & TECHNOLOGY: A GUIDE FOR YOUNG FAMILIES.

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    “Dr. Schwarz is definitely the person to teach us…Excellent…I love (those) ideas…I love the fact that you are using technology in your practice…A great book that is available today.”

    – “Family Talk: Dr. Daisy Sutherland”; blogtalkradio


    “I read the book over the Memorial Day weekend. I have four daughters and found it to be a big help!”

    – George Zaloom, Founder & CEO at FaceChipz


    “As a parent coach and dietitian, thank you so much! I love new approaches and inspirational work.”

    – Kathleen Putnam, Owner, Nutrition Works


    “… The last section of the book includes a discussion of the use of electronic media by clinicians as a therapeutic tool. It provides important information for clinicians who provide therapeutic interventions for children…This book is a must read for parents whose children are frequent users of electronic media…”

    – Kathleen Nader, DSE

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      “Parents who are confounded by the digital age, parents who are worried about its effect on their children, parents who recognize that resisting it is of no avail---which is most parents---will find this book enormously helpful."

      -- Bernice Weissbourd,
      Family Focus, Founder and President Emeritus