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family tvDr. Pollacks discusses why monitoring, or even restricting, your children or teenager’s access to media may be a good idea in this recent article highlighting ICS.

In particular, what happens if violence or nudity appears on screen while you’re watching a movie or show with your child?

Dr. Jean Pollack, family psychologist with Innovative Counseling Services in Springettsbury Township and Hanover, said parents should be aware of what their children are watching and hearing, especially those younger than 5.

“Young children are definitely impressionable,” Pollack said. “You are socializing them with what you are exposing them to.”

Read more of Mom and Dad’s Guide to Age-Appropriate Media on FlipSidePA.com. Also, did you receive our recent outreach sharing ICS’s support tools and psychological experts specializing in families with kids in school?

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