Don Grant, MA, MFA, DAC, SUDCC IV, PhD is an internationally award-winning media psychologist, researcher, addiction specialist, Executive Director of Resolutions Teen Center, and Founder/CEO of "(un)BOOT CAMP," which assists teens, young adults, and families struggling with technology, Smartphone, online gaming, cyber/online pornography, and/or other technologically-mediated platform/device dependence, addiction, management, and negotiation. He is also Chairman of the American Psychological Association (Division 46) Device Management Committee and has been commissioned by APA to write the only book on Healthy Device Management & The Practice of Good Digital Citizenship. Dr. Grant is a doctoral addictions counselor, nationally certified group facilitator, and clinician/educator trainer. He received his BA with honors from the University of Michigan, an MFA from the University of Southern California, and both his MA and PhD (summa cum laude) in Psychology (with an emphasis in media psychology) from Fielding Graduate University in Santa Barbara. Dr. Grant was recipient of the 2015 American Psychological Association‘s Early Career Achievement Award. In 2012, he was awarded an international Best of Show prize in London for his addiction recovery research work. Dr. Grant also designs, presents, and facilitates CEU training workshops for clinicians and educators. Print, interview, and author credits include: The Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, APA Monitor on Psychology, The Hollywood Reporter, Forbes, Us, and People magazine. He also has numerous academic publications.