doreen dodgen-magee, PsyD, is the author of the book Deviced! Balancing Life and Technology in a Digital World and a psychologist with over twenty-five years of experience working with individuals and groups. She maintains a national and international speaking docket and is followed online where she posts challenges for living moderately with tech and wildly in embodied spaces. Doreen’s main passion is engaging people about how the new digital landscape is shaping people's brains, bodies, relationships, and sense of self. Far from technology averse, she brings a dynamic and approachable set of tools for using technology in the healthiest ways.
doreen's fast-paced, media-laced, research-based presentations are geared toward each unique audience with each talk being a stand alone event. She's held the attention of steel workers, physicians, attorneys and judges, university educators, and parents as well as middle and high schoolers. A common comment following doreen's talks is, "I could have listened to you all day. Where can I get more?"
On a personal note, doreen is the mother by birth of two young adults and the extra mother by choice of many others. One of her most important roles is that of Auntie. She is a gun violence prevention activist, and Everytown for Gun Safety Survivor Fellow, and a Quaker. She loves going barefoot, drinking black coffee, the color red, dancing, documentaries, her meditation cushion, and people, especially people. She lives in Portland, Oregon, where she practices radical hospitality and enjoys partaking in all that is her wonderful city.