Digital Parenting Webinar Helping Teens Choose Kindness In An Age of Trolling and Cyberbullying October 15, 2019Bullying Prevention Month Today, studies share that over fifty percent of young people have witnessed some form of harassment or peer cruelty online. With...
Digital Wisdom: Practical Proven Ways Educators Can Role Model Appropriate Online Behavior This session was presented at the IBPA Conference in San Diego, CA on November 9, 2018 by Sue Scheff. Please contact Sue Scheff if you are interested in this presentation....
Shame Nation Praise From across the globe, Shame Nation has received outstanding reviews Praise for Shame Nation: Filled with compelling and relatable stories, interviews and quotes from celebrities and experts, and practical strategies, expert Sue...
Shame Nation Trade Reviews Trade Review from Library Journal Shame Nation: The Global Epidemic of Online Hate. Sourcebooks. Oct. 2017. 332p. illus. notes. index. ISBN 9781492648994. $25.99. SOC SCI Shame Nation is primarily a self-help book for those who are facing an...
Celebrity Shaming If you’re in the world of entertainment, sports or any public arena — you can also be a prime target for the internet trolls of the world. Celebrities—males and especially females—are perhaps the biggest targets for online shaming....
Media Rounds Podcasts with Sue Scheff: Gary Cannon and Patrick Keane with Sue Scheff: Talking About Oops Moments Going Viral Smart Screen Podcast with Alex and Jay on Cyberbullying Cyber Law & Business Report with Bennet Kelley The Tub: An Educational Podcast on...
Summer Camps to Help Digital Addiction Will a therapeutic summer camp help your teen’s digital addiction? Many teens today have been experiencing depression, anxiety, under-performing in school if not completely failing classes — we’ve even witnessed a rise in truancy and youth that were once excelling that are now barely passing. Internet and cellphone addiction […]
How the Cancel Culture Can Impact Your Online Reputation The Cancel Culture (formerly referred to as the “call-out” culture) is now how people are using social media to publicly shame (usually celebrities or brands) due to what they deem is a controversial issue or act. Whether it’s politics or the car you drive, it seems everyone has […]
We’re all a click away from digital disgrace Reality is, we’re a tweet or post away from losing an interview, a job or for many young people — a spot for their first choice college. The percentage of college admissions officers who believe that incorporating applicants’ social media pages into their decisions is “fair game” […]
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Julie L., TX
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Thank-you very much
Please continue your much needed help to others
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Mrs. M., FL
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I just wanted to give you an update. It was unbelievably difficult, but I feel sure that I made the right choice. She is beginning to admit that she has some issues to work on and I can rest assured that she is safe and well cared for. I knew that, if I kept her at home, it was only a matter of time before I would have gotten a call from the police dept., the emergency room or, heaven forbid, the coroner’s office. You may have helped me save my daughter’s life an… Read more
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Dear Sue Scheff,
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THANK YOU – God bless!
Thanks for following up, and for readily providing information when I first
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placement (with current school agreement) and hospital.
Many thanks for the service you provide.