This groundbreaking new special, uncovers the frightening world of digital addiction and the dramatic impact it has on those who battle it. Following Matthew, a video game addicted teen, and Gina, a social media addicted mother, this special highlights the often-ignored crippling compulsions and dangerous behaviors that present themselves through these various digital dependencies. With […]
Megan is a Licensed Professional Counselor, and as a Colorado native, she has worked closely with our local community for years. Megan started supporting adolescents through her experience of being a teacher in the state of Colorado. She then graduated with her master’s degree in clinical counseling in order to specialize in providing mental health […]
The new revision of the International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems (ICD-11) has been adopted by all members of WHO, which includes Gaming Disorder. ICD-11 will come into effect on January 1, 2022. The team at Digital Media Treatment & Education Center (dTEC®), located in Boulder, CO, is extremely pleased that WHO has […]
It’s that time of the year again, folks! That’s right, Screen-Free Week will be from April 29 – May 5, 2019! What does it mean? On this designated week, we get to unplug, decompress and reconnect with the people we love, nature, education, our communities, and/or tech-free hobbies we enjoy! To learn more about Screen-Free […]
By: Tracy Markle, MA, LPC Founder, Co-Director of Digital Media Treatment & Education Center Founder, Owner of Collegiate Coaching Services Now that spring semester is upon us, it is important to determine what steps will prepare your student to be successful in college, especially if one of their pastimes is to play online video games. […]
Tracy Markle, founder and co-director of Digital Media Treatment & Education Center spoke with Kevin Torres, a reporter for Fox 31 and Channel 2 News in Denver about the very popular multi-player, role-playing video game, ‘Fortnite’ and how it is negatively impacting young people.