Enrichment 1: Porn & the Brain
How to make the most of Enrichment 1: Porn & the Brain
Parents whose teens are struggling with compulsive porn use will benefit from knowing the science behind it and understanding specific challenges their young person may be navigating.
Aimed at parents of kids aged 13 to 18 years old, this enrichment is divided into 3 modules. Take as long as you like, and learn at your own pace. Get started now by clicking Enroll Now below.
The Culture Reframed Enrichments provide much-needed specialist content to create a robust response to the public health concerns of pornography. More Enrichments will be released in the future.
Enrichment 1 includes
3 Step-By-Step Modules
Understand the science behind porn addiction and how pornography consumption can impact and shape the brain.
Gain insight into the challenges your teen may be facing and what they can expect when quitting.
Access videos by specialists in each module.
Links to Other Content
Frequently asked questions
When does the program start and finish?
This is a self-paced program.
Is the Parents Program free?
Yes! The Culture Reframed Parents Program has been made possible by the generous donations of our supporters. We are a tax-exempt, non-profit 501(c)3 (relevant for donors in the US). Any amount helps! Your contribution will help us to continue to create resources that build resilience and resistance in young people to hypersexualized media and porn.
How long do I have access to the program?
Your access is unlimited. You can access the program, watch the videos, and revisit content as many times as you wish.
Can I have face-to-face interaction with a specialist?
No, this is an online, self-paced program. However, we do provide suggestions for additional resources and specialist support throughout.
Can I deliver the Culture Reframed Parents Program in my community?
Why is there no voiceover?
We have opted not to include a voiceover so users can read through the program at their own pace.
The Impact of Porn on the Adolescent Brain
How Porn Shapes Tastes and Impacts Mental Health
What Compulsive Users can Expect when Quitting