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Screen Time Clinic® Certified Digital Wellness Educators
Your Go-To Team of Unbiased Experts

Unbiased Screen Time Experts

More than a mass of paid-online-training credentials, our dedicated educators specialize in accurately conveying the risks of online harms and the benefits of striving to to be tech-intentional. All our members meet rigorous standards of ethics and have a proven history of community service.  They also commit to ongoing trainings related to the latest research in screens and neuroscience to lead us into the future of humanity as Screen Time Clinic® Certified Digital Wellness Educators. Our funding NEVER comes from Big-Tech allowing us to accurately report the risks of digital media which outpace mainstream recommendations and don’t reflect platforms self-reported safety claims.

Meet The Leaders Who Will Help You Reach Your Goals

Nicole is the founder of Screen Time Clinic, headquartered in San Diego, CA. It's her dream to create a global network of professionals dedicated to improving lives via mindful media management, empowering families and businesses to reach their ideal level of functioning by examining digital wellness priorities through seminars, group courses, and personalized guidance. Every family deserves support when it comes to screen time one of the biggest challenges parents face in the digital age. A secondary school teacher beginning in 1998, Nicole has a bachelor degree in education and economics, and taught in 5 different states, most recently featured on PBS for her literacy work with San Diego Unified in 2018. Nicole also has an MBA from Rice University and 20 years of entrepreneurial experience. She is also the author of the new book Screen Smart Sam was written to reach families with very young children to help prevent problems. Inspired by her work with families and her own family’s traumatic experience with technology when her sons were young. Screen Smart Sam is a compelling story for parents to read with elementary age children about the risks of too much screen time and simple steps that can be taken to correct or prevent overuse. See more about Nicole via LinkedIn
Jessica is based in Central Utah and travels nationally to facilitate intensive wellness retreats and presentations for youth, parents, and young adults. She provides valuable insight with 1-1 working sessions and has been a vocal supporter of mindful technology initiatives since 2016. She has first hand experience with gaming disorders and detox programs as well as specializing in preventing online predators. Her services include presentations and coaching for adult and teen gaming addiction and teen mentoring. She also offers digital detox retreats with the Live Life Bigger Foundation. Jessica is a Screen Strong Ambassador, trained to give guidance and school seminars about the benefits of living screen free with distraction free devices and limited access to the internet A devoted follower of the late Collin Kartchner\'s work and other experts in the industry, Jessica is a wealth of knowledge for families and groups looking for seminars on all different digital wellness topics. Jessica is available for 1-1 coaching, workshops, and seminars at schools, churches, childcare centers, youth organizations, parent groups, etc. in person or online.
Erin is based in Zürich, Switzerland and holds a Masters of Science in Medicine in sexual health counseling from the University of Sydney. She has been an avid advocate and educator in the sexual wellness and education space for the past 9 years and is keenly aware of the spread of tech and screens into family homes throughout the pandemic creating toxic tech habits much of which around sexual content. She joins the Screen Time Clinic® family of certified educators specializing in Sexual Health and the Sexual Exploitation of Minors. Instead of acting from a place of fear in these “tricky or scary” new areas, Erin\'s goal is to help all ages stay informed and feel confident to have open, honest conversations, unbiased education, helpful tools, and safe community around this topic. Together we can navigate this complex and quickly evolving world of tech and sexEd. Erin is available for online or in-person seminars or consultations on digital wellness pertaining to adults, corporations, and families or specific topics in sexual health expertise, and the psychologic and logistics of sexual exploitation as well. Connect with Erin via LinkedIn to learn more about her unique background.
Michael Jacobus lives near Orange County and is an internationally recognized author, child-development specialist and youth camp professional. He has an extensive background in youth services, including nonprofits, staff training, operations, administration and outdoor education. He is the author of two books for the camp community; The Camp Director’s Survival Guide and Insights & Inspirations which have helped many families and kids capture the magic of extended time away from home. In the summer of 2018, Michael started the world\'s first clinical summer camp program for teens and adolescents suffering from unhealthy screen-time and social-media overuse habits and gaming addiction; Reset Summer Camp for Digital Detox & Life Skills. 4-week, clinical summer camp program offering Digital Detox & Life Skills for teens. In 2023 Michael will expand his digital wellness related services partnering with Screen Time Clinic to include in-person seminars for schools, organizations, and youth groups as well as limited 1-1 coaching opportunities for families and teens in Orange County California and online mentoring. Download the LifeSkills App from Michael\'s team at Reset Summer Camp to help parents connect with their kids and keep them focused on life!
Emily Cambria, is a Holistic Health Coach, owner of Project Wellness for Life and a licensed Occupational Therapist located in Maine, USA. With over 20 years’ experience, working in schools, adaptive recreation, home health, and hospitals, Emily is devoted to helping individuals and families cultivate practical healthy habits that support brain development and function to last a lifetime. An advocate for utilizing the powerful correlation between the mind/body, the root of health and life, Emily believes the practice of self-nurturing self-care skills in conjunction with strong self–awareness are the keys to living a life of vibrance and purpose. Emily welcomes any opportunity for cultivating healthy habits supporting digital wellness thru 1-1 coaching, workshops, in person or online events.
Renee Alyse Beamer is a legacy member, her vibrant young life being cut short during her years advocating for better tech-life balance. Her Master's degree in Counseling and B.S. in Bible Studies gave her unique insight she shared with others after discovering that she herself was addicted to passively scrolling social media. As a stay at home mom with a Master’s degree in counseling, she quickly realized just how destructive unhealthy screen time habits could be for each member of the family. She began to pour her free time into researching the specific effects of screen time, and changing her own behavior. These personal experiences led her to become passionate about educating others, particularly mothers, about the negative impact of technology on our lives and how to overcome the downsides. A pastor’s wife and mother to 3 boys, Renee loved to tackle digital wellbeing from both a psychological and faith-based perspective. Her work includes writing for her digital wellness blog at reneealysebeamer.com and posts on Instagram to inspire others to take a time out from tech and focus on real life that is so precious. Renee your legacy of caring lives on at Screen Time Clinic since your untimely departure in 2023.
Michelle is a physical therapist who lives in the greater Houston, TX area and has worked with children of all ages and developmental stages for almost 16 years as a physical therapist. She is highly passionate about helping families to use screen time wisely and in a way that will encourage proper socialization, healthy brain development, and enhanced family time. She has had extensive experience working with children who have been diagnosed with autism, down syndrome, cerebral palsy, torticollis, gross motor delay, children with rare genetic disorders, and kids who have had various orthopedic injuries. She received her bachelor’s degree in Biology from Prairie View A&M University and her Master’s in Physical Therapy from the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, Texas. She is available for 1-1 coaching, workshops, and seminars at schools, churches, childcare centers, youth organizations, parent groups, etc. in person or online.
Melissa Baker is a multi-credentialed Certified Health Education Specialist, Digital Wellness Coach, and Writer who lives in Gainesville, FL. Along with teaching yoga, meditation, and fitness to kids and adults, she hosts health retreats and corporate wellness initiatives with a personal passion for digital wellness. In 2010 Melissa Baker\'s life changed when she had scoliosis surgery, where two titanium rods were placed aligning her spine. Since then, she has fully embraced and cared for her body through an active life. She is passionate about teaching young adults and diverse cultures how to access and connect to their inner technology through Yoga, Meditation, and movement-based therapies, as well as their creating harmony with their outer technology. Melissa offers seminars for adults, schools, and youth groups as well as 1-1 coaching for families in the Gainesville Florida area as well as online.
Joan Johnson is a pediatric occupational therapist with 20 years of experience working with children in early intervention, home settings, school settings, and pediatric hospitals. She is passionate about helping children with neurodiverse learning needs develop new skills that promote social engagement, motor development, and independence.Joan is an advocate for early childhood literacy and motor skill development, and as a mother of a preemie herself, Joan understands the importance of developmentally appropriate activities that stimulate all areas of child development. She is passionate about providing parent coaching to help promote safety, structure, and security for children and families. Supporting the entire family system in developing healthy routines, structure, and consistency to help with childhood mental health and screen time management is a personal and professional passion. Joan is available for 1-1 coaching, workshops, and seminars at schools, churches, childcare centers, youth organizations, parent groups, etc. in person or online.
Dr. Young lives in Houston, Texas and is a wealth of knowledge, dedicating her time in the field of physical therapist with an affinity for holistic care. She obtained her Doctor of Physical Therapy at the University of Mississippi Medical Center and also holds a Master’s Degree in Human Performance & Recreation with emphasis in Exercise Science as well as a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology from Tougaloo College,. She specializes in adolescent exercise modifications with emphasis on individuals with neurological impairments and is certified in Neuro IFRAH based treatment, Advanced Pilates for Neurological Conditions, Adaptive Boxing, Nutrition & Exercise programming for Lifestyle Management & Weight loss. Dr. Young is on the STC advisory team and is available as a keynote speaker.
Yetty is based in London, UK and is a wealth of knowledge when it comes to digital wellness education. She is the founder of LagosMums, the first Nigerian blog dedicated to Mums, parents, and caregivers. As a digital advocate Yetty is available to work with parents one-on-one on being international about raising responsible digital citizens. She also speaks and offers training and masterclasses for companies and schools in relation to digital well-being and work-life balance. She believes that parenting should be a mindful and collaborative process. As a parenting coach her mission for creating the LagosMums community is to be a family life and parenting resource for mums, parents, and caregivers. Yetty believes it takes an e-village to raise a child in the 21st Century. She is the convener of the LagosMums Parenting Conference which is an annual gathering of thousands of parents and experts discussing pertinent topics relating to parenting and family matters. Yetty is a certified Life Coach, Neuro-linguistic Programming Practitioner, trained in Online Safety and Child Safeguarding and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. Yetty collaborates with Screen Time Clinic to deliver seminars upon request.
Larissa is based in Ontario Canada, and brings a wealth of knowledge to share about impact technology has on humanity. Without mindful use of technology in the workplace and as functional adults, athletes, personal wellness and family life suffers. Larissa has created strategies, tips, procedures and protocols to help business professionals find routines that foster less tech-time. Larissa hopes that her research will provide guidance to all adults including professionals, parents, and educators. . Master of Education in Science of Education; Niagara University. Focus: Behavioural Management, Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and English, University of Western Ontario Specialist I and II in Special Education; Niagara University Certificate in Behavioural Management from Thames Valley District School Board See More about Larissa via LinkedIn
Candace lives in Utah County with her family of 8 children ranging in age from primary years to young adult. Candace is passionate about educating her local and online community on how to use technology as an aid, not enslave families and children. She has been the chair of White Ribbon Week at her children\'s schools, teaching media safety and awareness for over 8 years. As a STC educational consultant and host of the parenting podcast \"Thriving With 8\", she strives to educate & inspire parents and strengthen families. Candace is a Screen Time Clinic advisor.
Carrie Perry lives in the Baltimore, Maryland area and is a Registered Nurse with over 20 years’ experience in the healthcare education industry. Carrie belongs to the first generation of adults experiencing the explosion of social media and struggling to understand the overall wellness impact of the digital world on themselves and their family. As digital overload affects the physical, spiritual, financial, intellectual, emotional, and social aspects of Life Balance, she works with individuals in guiding them to explore the impact on each of these segments. As a result, an individual plan is created to examine their social media/digital use and dismantle unhealthy habits through digital detoxification. As individual procrastination is one of the most glaring results of digital toxicity, Carrie has a passion for assisting individuals in balancing daily digital interaction with real world responsibilities. As a mother of three, she also helps parents understand how they are the primary determinant and example, in how their children will manage the use of their digital devices. Carrie has a unique approach in using a “develop and pivot technique,” understanding that life circumstances may create a pause and regroup of planned goals. In understanding there are unique, individual human habits, she creates a learning environment specific to each person. Carrie is on the STC advisory board and also available for keynote seminars for corporate digital wellness and adult groups.
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The Screen Time Clinic® Network

Screen Time Action Network
Members of the Children’s Screen Time Action Network support each other in the critical and challenging work of helping families reduce screen time. Members come from a wide variety of fields – including pediatrics, early childhood, psychology, and education – and share a common belief that excessive screen time and commercialism are undermining children’s wellbeing. Through collaboration and resource sharing, members help one another become more effective in their parent education efforts
Network of Digital Wellness Providers
Chances are wherever you live we can connect you with a Screen Time Clinic affiliated digital wellness educator near you to provide trustworthy in-person guidance or join a hosted parent support group. Our affiliated coaches and counselors are vetted to be experts in the digital wellness field, giving accurate information about the risks and harms of screen time and using a compassionate and proactive approach to support families. You can be confident that they have the skills, knowledge and resources to best support parents and ethically practice to unify families with children of all ages.
Digital-Detoxing Member

Screen Time Clinic is proud to be an active member of the Digital Detoxing group. Digital Detoxing wants to draw attention to online dangers and suggest preventive measures at an early stage and connect consumers with providers from various countries around the world.

Mary Mulliken, Screen Time Clinic Certified Digital Wellness Educator
Mary Mulliken is based in Nashville, TN, and is a writer, workshop leader, and personal certified coach for over 13 years dedicated to helping individuals and families create healthy relationships with technology so they can live more authentic lives. Mary is passionate about slowing down childhood and nurturing engagement and a love of hands-on learning in kids. She is a fierce protector of the imaginations of children and believes one of the biggest dangers in today\'s tech-driven world is that we, as a culture, are lacking the skills of self-awareness and self-discipline. Empathic and creative, Mary is skilled at helping families create personalized media plans rooted in their values, and develop the dedication to stick with them. Mary is in the process of launching a local coming-of-age nature and mentoring program for tweens and is also working on a book for Millenial and up-and-coming Gen Z parents about the joys and noise of parenting [mostly] screen-free, titled Supercharged! 51 Reasons To Raise your Kids Screen-Free from Birth to Age 7. Mary also volunteers as a trained Screen Strong Ambassador out in the greater Nashville community, offering coaching and educational seminars on the topic of delaying toxic screen use for kids and teens
Mary Mulliken, Screen Time Clinic Certified Digital Wellness Educator
Mary Mulliken is based in Nashville, TN, and is a writer, workshop leader, and personal certified coach for over 13 years dedicated to helping individuals and families create healthy relationships with technology so they can live more authentic lives. Mary is passionate about slowing down childhood and nurturing engagement and a love of hands-on learning in kids. She is a fierce protector of the imaginations of children and believes one of the biggest dangers in today\'s tech-driven world is that we, as a culture, are lacking the skills of self-awareness and self-discipline. Empathic and creative, Mary is skilled at helping families create personalized media plans rooted in their values, and develop the dedication to stick with them. Mary is in the process of launching a local coming-of-age nature and mentoring program for tweens and is also working on a book for Millenial and up-and-coming Gen Z parents about the joys and noise of parenting [mostly] screen-free, titled Supercharged! 51 Reasons To Raise your Kids Screen-Free from Birth to Age 7. Mary also volunteers as a trained Screen Strong Ambassador out in the greater Nashville community, offering coaching and educational seminars on the topic of delaying toxic screen use for kids and teens
Candace Larson, BS Elementary Ed, STC Certified Digital Wellness Educator
Candace lives in Utah County with her husband who also works in education with their 8 children ranging in age from primary years to young adult. Candace is passionate about educating her local and online community on how to use technology as an aid, not enslave families and children. She has been the chair of White Ribbon Week at her children\'s schools, teaching media safety and awareness for over 8 years. As a STC educational consultant and host of the parenting podcast \"Thriving With 8\", she strives to educate & inspire parents and strengthen families. Candace offers seminars for schools, churches, and youth groups as well as 1-1 coaching for families in the central Utah area.
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