My Review on IndieFlix Film – LIKE

LIKE is an IndieFlix Original documentary that explores the impact of social media on our lives and the effects of technology on the brain. The goal of the

The Day I Vetoed Congress!

Wally Herger was a member of the U.S. House of Representatives for 26 years.  He was a big shot since he represented California’s 2nd congressional district,

The Chaos with Joy

You would assume that since I am a practicing psychologist with all sorts of shiny diplomas on my walls and a cabinet drawer full of

quarantine fatigue

Quarantine Fatigue

ARE YOU TIRED OF BEING ISOLATED AND CONFUSED? We all know the facts about the coronavirus pandemic thus far.  It’s a new virus, reportedly transmitted

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Ask Lisa: May

Dear Dr. Lisa, Enough is enough. I feel like every news source I go to is talking about things getting better and then a story

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Ask Lisa- April!

Dear Dr. Lisa, Like almost every parent in the US, I have been facilitating my kid’s homeschooling during the pandemic. Things are going pretty well,

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Ask Lisa- March

Dear Dr. Lisa, I feel like my news notifications are constantly bombarding me with upsetting and divisive political campaigns all day, every day taking a

valentines day

Happy, Not App-y Valentine’s Day!

Happy Valentine’s Day (almost)! No matter how you plan on celebrating, or not celebrating at all, there is no doubt that Valentine’s Day brings a

Disconnect to Destress

It is hard to believe that we are already into the second month of 2020.  This time, as with any election year, the political and

digital detox

Digital Detox 2020

It is hard to believe that 2020 already has one week under its belt and it is that time of year when it seems like

technology gift giving

Technology Gift Giving Guide

It’s that time of the year again and although it is the season of family, joy, and giving, if you have a child of a

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Ask Lisa November!

Dear Dr. Lisa, I have been hearing a lot about this Peeping Tom case that recently happened in our community. How concerned should we as

How to face your fears and let them go.

How to get over your fears

Did you know that more than 8 percent of people 18 and over have at least one extreme, specific fear? And, did you know that

Is social media making you lonelier? Dr. Lisa Strohman shares why social media makes us lonelier and how to get over the loneliness.

Is social media making you lonelier?

Here’s a sad truth: social media is anything but social. Today, we’re tethered to our phones, to our laptops, to our tablets and engage with

How schools should handle bullies. For more information, visit digitialcitizenacademy.org

How schools can handle bullying

October is National Bullying Prevention Month and it’s my goal to raise awareness about bullying — both online and in the real world. With honest

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Ask Lisa October!

Dear Dr. Lisa,  What should I do if I am contacted by another parent about what my child is doing online? Specifically, they are telling

Should your child have a cell phone? Dr. Lisa Strohman answers this question and provides a cell phone contract for your children.

Should your child have a cell phone?

Cell phones and kids shouldn’t go together, but in today’s age, they do. Nearly the same rite of passage as getting a driver’s license, cell

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Ask Lisa-August

Dear Dr. Lisa, With a new school year just around the corner, I am trying to get the kids back into their routine, but I

How to spot a catfish online. For more information about online safety, visit www.digitalcitizenacademy.org

How to spot a catfish online

Anyone can be catfished. Anyone. Teens, however, are more susceptible than others to be catfished because they are more vulnerable and less likely to be