Dr. Domoff is a clinical child psychologist with expertise in problematic media use in children. She directs the Family Health Lab at Central Michigan University (www.sarahdomoff.com) and is an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology. Her research on the health outcomes of screen media use in children has been funded by the NIH. Dr. Domoff also trains clinicians to assess and treat youth with problematic media use (e.g., gaming disorder, social media conflict) at the Center for Children, Families, and Communities. At her clinic, Dr. Domoff delivers interventions to help parents and children reduce excessive and problematic screen media use.
Dr. Domoff is passionate about preventing problems with digital media and promoting healthy relationships with technology. She has developed measures to assess problematic media use and is piloting novel interventions to help schools and clinics promote healthy digital and social media use. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of Connecticut and her Master's and Ph.D. from Bowling Green State University.
Dr. Domoff enjoys writing and is currently working on her first book. She began her first blog, #MediaMondays, and regularly posts resources for families and schools at her site: www.sarahdomoff.com/news and on Twitter (handle: @sarah_domoff).