How is digital technology influencing aging and our social-emotional functioning?
Why do we seem more disconnected from each other, while we are more “connected” to our devices?
We know the world is changing with technology, but few of us realize how our minds our changing with it. The average adult now spends over 24 hours per week scrolling, gaming, streaming, or searching the web.
Join Clinical Psychologist & Neuropsychologist, Sherry Skyler Kelly, PhD for a special webinar that brings together the research of Neuropsychology with the power of Positive Psychology to enlighten us on the impact of digital technology on wellbeing.
* Learn how social media & entertainment platforms are training our responses.
* Understand what research tells us aging healthy with technology.
* Learn the key evidence based Positive Psychology strategies for staying emotionally vibrant in the 5-G world!
Dr. Sherry Kelly

Dr. Sherry Kelly

Sherry Skyler Kelly, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist and neuropsychologist with more than 30 years of experience in the field of child development and health psychology.  She earned her Doctorate in Health Psychology from Yeshiva University.  She is a former National Institutes of Health (NIH) and National Cancer Institute (NCI) Fellow in psycho-oncology and neuropsychology. Based in West Hartford, CT, Dr. Kelly is best known for her research with teens and young adults on resilience, hope and cancer survivorship. She is the founder of PositiviTeens® – workshops for students, parents, and educators on the impact of digital technology on the developing brain.