Margaret Morris, PhD
"As with any powerful and transformational change, technology has been both glorified and vilified. Margaret Morris has written the most balanced and illuminating book I have read on the subject. Put into practice the off-label uses of technology that she describes so lucidly, and you will likely be happier, healthier, and more successful.”
Sonja Lyubomirsky. University of California, Riverside
How to Make Your Phone Into an Ally, Not an Enemy (Medium, Forge)
Don’t worry about screen time – focus on how you use technology (The Conversation)
The New Tech of Relationships (Nautilus)
LEFT TO OUR OWN DEVICES (MIT Press)
Margaret Morris is a clinical psychologist focused on technology to support wellbeing. She created systems such as the Mood Phone to bring psychotherapy and assessment into daily life in her research at Intel, Amazon, and other technology companies. She is now an affiliate faculty member at the University of Washington and a consultant. As a therapist and coach, she helps individuals change the way they use technology to improve their relationships, focus, and health.
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