Jocelyn Brewer

Jocelyn is a Sydney-based registered psychologist who specializes in the psychology of technology and staying human in the digital age.

She created Digital Nutrition in 2013 as a framework to address digital wellbeing issues and our love-hate relationship with technology. In 2021, Jocelyn completed a Masters in Cyberpsychology at Sydney University.

With a background as a high school social sciences teacher and school counsellor, Jocelyn has worked across NSW public schools between 2003 and 2021. She is an affiliate of the Cyberpsychology Research Group at Sydney University and serves on the advisory committee for the Centre for Digital Wellbeing in Canberra.

In her private psychology practice in Sydney's inner-west, Jocelyn supports individuals and families with general mental health challenges, as well as problematic internet and gaming. She is trained in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), and Gottman Couples Therapy (level 1).

Jocelyn is a sought-after speaker, educator, and media commentator on issues relating to cyberpsychology, digital wellbeing, and mental health. She has provided keynote addresses at EduTechAU and appeared at the renowned Happiness and Its Causes conference. Jocelyn has also been a panelist on ABC TV's Q&A twice.

Her warm, humorous, and engaging presentation style allows her to put scientific research into practical perspectives, making her an ideal choice for discussing the impacts of technology and improving digital wellbeing.