A transformational experience that engages families, schools and communities around a new vision for technology use.

We are not alarmists, we are realists.
But don’t worry, we have a plan.

Today, 73% of teenagers have access to a Smartphone.
— Pew Research Center
The more time teens spend looking at screens, the more likely they are to report symptoms of depression.
— Jean M. Twenge, The Atlantic
70% of students report seeing frequent bullying online.
— American Psychological Association

We’ve met with parents and students all over the country and everyone wants to talk technology.  

Parents are worried we have a crisis on our hands and they don’t know how to solve it.  Students are saying they see the harms that technology causes but are afraid to talk to their parents because they don’t want their devices taken away.

Our Programs

The Resistance has begun.  We have listened and created an approach that we believe will lead the movement.  We’re working with youth and families to reclaim our lives from the myth that technology will solve all our problems and help us reconnect to what it truly means to be human.


Parent workshops, guidebooks and coaching to transform your family dynamic, connect to your core values, and implement wise screen technology practices at home


Assemblies, in-class lessons, parent education events, and teacher trainings to support youth with integrating wise technology practices


Community events, engagement processes, and partnerships that foster dialogue, critical thought and creative community-wide solutions


Our Approach


We believe that to tackle the issue of technology in our lives, we must first address the impact of technology on our core self: What are our core values? How is our relationship to technology creating conflict with these values and our core self? 

Read More About Our Approach


See our co-founder on Good Morning America!


Get Involved

Join the movement!  We need multiple levels of engagement, including parent ambassadors, investors, student leaders, and principle advisors among others.  If you believe in what we do, contact us.  We’d love to connect!   


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