For everyone, Men and Women, All Ages

How to be Human in a Digital World

Do you feel like you should be happier than you are? 

Do you suffer from a hum of anxiety behind everything you do? 

Are you ready to re-evaluate the power your phone has in your life? 

Join this 8-week group to gain resources, support and connection in the process of establishing a healthy relationship with your tech and with yourself.

Some of the topics we will explore: basic self-care, digital detox, our real and virtual lives, work, play, boundaries and designing and enjoying a sustainable life.

Eight-week group forming Thursday, October 3, 2019 from 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM. $30/per session. 10% discount if paid in full by the first session. Email Jenny Black, LMFT, Group Facilitator, for more details and to register:

Weekly Schedule

Week 1: Our relationship with our devices

Week 2: How to set up a successful detox

(Week 2b: How to detox if social media is your job)

Week 3: Detox 1–Eat, Sleep and Move

Week 4: Detox 2–People, Spaces and Reality

Week 5: Detox 3–Ordinary, Private and Sacred 

Week 6: Detox 4–Influence, Desire and Participation 

Week 7: How to set up a schedule, work hours and boundaries 

Week 8: Designing a sustainable life professionally and personally

New Group Starting
October 3, 2019
$30/per session. 10% discount if paid in full.

Space Limited
Book included

Email, or, or call 615-591-5262

Jenny Black, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Jenny Black, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

"I’ve been there! My phone controlled my life. I didn’t know how to live with it or without it. It has been so much fun to guide other people through the process of getting out of our isolating devices and into our beautiful, real life!"

Jenny Black is the founder of Media Trauma Care. She has personally suffered from media trauma and is living proof that your phone doesn’t have to run your life. She is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the state of Tennessee and an AAMFT Approved Supervisor.

She specializes in training and education about how mental health is impacted by our use of media. She was selected to present a Media Trauma workshop at the 2019 AAMFT Annual Conference. She was recently featured on the nationally syndicated television show, “Lifestyle Magazine.”