Find Treatment for Technology Addiction
The Greenfield Recovery Center is located in the quiet, calm, country setting of Leyden, Massachusetts. The 19 serene acres of private woodlands in the foothills of the Berkshire and Green Mountain ranges provide a natural environment that allows our participants to enjoy an alternative to technology.
Leyden provides the Greenfield Recovery Center with peaceful and healing land that is conducive for an array of therapeutic and healthy experiences to focus our participants in the here and now such as:
- Hiking and nature walks
- Cooking and nutrition
- Daily living and self-care skills
- Meditation and mindfulness
- Exercise Therapies
- Music and Art Therapies
- Mountain Biking
- Care of animals and house pets
- Social communication training
- Wood Shop
As a therapeutic retreat away from Internet and technology access, the Greenfield Recovery Center will allow participants to learn and experience healthy life skills and normal interactions, without the excessive and distracting impact of screens, video games, and digital technology.
About Dr. David Greenfield
Dr. Greenfield is the founder and Medical Director of The Center for Internet and Technology Addiction and Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the UConn School of Medicine where he teaches behavioral addiction medicine and supervises residents in psychiatry. He is a leading authority on Internet and technology addiction and author of numerous articles/book chapters and the book Virtual Addiction which in 1999 rang an early warning regarding the world’s growing Internet Addiction problem. Dr. Greenfield participates with the national and international psychiatric community by sharing his expertise through lectures, research, and various publications. He holds advanced training and board certifications in Addictions, Addiction Medicine, and Clinical Psychopharmacology. Dr. Greenfield’s recent work is focused on the neurobiology of compulsive Internet, Smartphone, and screen use. He is credited with popularizing the variable reinforcement (slot machine model) of behavioral addictions and the dopamine-behavioral addiction connection.
Are you ready to take back the control over your technology use? Speak with an enrollment advisor now.