There is a growing concern among psychologists and mental health experts about the impact excessive use of digital technology can have on our social and mental well being.

Unfortunately their concern does not always reach the people who need it most, such as schools, Teens and parents. Furthermore, the information that is available is often written in complex terms.

The term internet addiction was first used by Dr. Kimberley Young in the mid 1990’s. Despite the term being around for over 20 years many still have little understanding of what digital addiction is, what the symptoms are or how it impacts on a persons life and those around them.

Through Digital Wellness Hub I hope to provide a little clarity to the term ‘internet addiction’ and provide support to families or individuals who are struggling against the digital tide. More importantly that support will offer solutions that are easy to understand.


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