Doreen Dodgen-Magee is an author, psychologist, researcher, and speaker. Her first book, Deviced! Balancing Life and Technology in a Digital Age, was published by Rowman & Littlefield and awarded the 2018 Gold Medal for Psychology by the Nautilus Book Awards. Publishers Weekly said about her book: “Psychologist Dodgen-Magee makes a detail-rich, persuasive case for the need to embrace technology yet also ‘make some conscious decisions about what place we want technology to hold in our lives.’…This educational, encouraging book leaves its audience with a plethora of helpful suggestions.” Doreen’s writing has appeared in the Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, Utne Reader, Psychology Today, and Health magazine as well as other popular press outlets. She has been interviewed and quoted in articles for the New York Times, Time magazine, Salon, the BBC, Vice, and Apartment Therapy. In addition, Doreen is a popular guest on nationally syndicated radio programs, morning television shows, and celebrated podcasts such as Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness and PRI’s Innovation Hub. She also has a loyal following for her personal blog, her Psychology Today blog, and her other social media platforms. A prolific, sought-after national and international speaker, Doreen offers various talks and workshops on numerous topics related to the impact of digital overuse on health. Her continuing education workshops for medical and mental health professionals consistently sell out across the country. Displaying her ability to capture the attention of diverse groups, she is frequently re-booked for the following year when she speaks at universities and schools. Dodgen-Magee is also a national spokesperson and Senior Survivor Fellow with Everytown for Gun Safety and a consultant with Covid Survivors for Change. Other professional affiliations include the American Psychological Association, DoJump Extremely Physical Theater (former Board Chair/Member), American Friends (Service Committee), Mom’s Demand Action Oregon, Women in Technology, and Women of Vision and Change. As a clinical psychologist, Doreen has over twenty-five years of experience working with individuals and groups in her hometown of Portland, Oregon, as well as with people of all ages throughout the country and internationally.Read more Read less
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