Recent research indicates that information technology (e.g., Internet, cell phone, portable music player, and so forth) is an integral part of teen culture (cf., Thurlow & McKay, 2003). Despite this, the telephone continues to be the main form of communication between teens (via phone calls or text messaging). More than 70% of teens use e-mail and instant messaging to contact friends. The popularity of online games, Internet social networking sites, and music downloads is also increasing dramatically among teens. The focus of the teen session and portions of the parent session will be on how to effectively navigate these forms of electronic communication.