Whether we love it or hate it, technology is woven into on our everyday lives. We live in a world where the internet is our distributed brain, where our social media use gives us jolts of oxytocin, where pornography is freely available to anyone who has unfiltered access to the internet, and where video games can prompt all kinds of learning. This webinar mourns the hits that our post-Gutenberg world has taken and celebrates the resources that we receive from our on-line lives. The healing focus will be on understanding the addictive qualities of the web, and on holding ourselves with compassion and seeing what the first steps are toward freedom and choice. Join Sarah Peyton for a look at research on the brain in relation to technology and accompaniment on the healing journey.