2019 Salt Lake City UCAP Conference

Is Your Web Filter Helping or Hurting?

Is your internet filter harming or helping in your home? Internet filters can be a valuable tool in preventing accidental or intentional exposure to pornography, as well as an aid in recovery for those addicted. However, they can also do more harm than good when not used properly; a filter is only a small part in the equation for overcoming pornography addiction. It is not the cure to an addiction, nor is it a “digital parent”. Learn how and why human intervention and meaningful connections are vital to overcoming pornography by learning effective habits for using internet filters at home with children and addicts; learn to avoid the pitfalls and misconceptions surrounding internet filters; and learn to evaluate your own personal use of a filter in your home to use it more effectively.

Eric Terry

Eric Terry is NetAngel’s Chief Technology Officer and co-founder. He is a Computer Information Technology graduate from Brigham Young University – Idaho with a wide background in technology—from networking and security, to software development and system administration. He excels at creating something out of nothing and automating manual processes. Eric is passionate about using his talents and abilities to bless the lives of others, and in dedicating his life and work towards making the world a better place. He believes that anyone can change for the better and that people are generally good. When he’s not coding, you can find him playing Ultimate Frisbee, flying drones, or hanging out with his wife and four kids.

Don Monson

Don has worked in the addictions field for 36 years as a LCSW Therapist, of those 36 years he has focused on the addiction of pornography for the last 17 years. He has worked with clients between the ages of 13 to 65, dealing all levels of the addiction. In addition to work with the addict, he has focused a lot of attention on dealing with the impact the addiction has on the spouse, marriage, and family. Helping them have a better understanding of what the addict is dealing with, and what they can do to deal with their own pain as well as helping the addict recover. He has been a member of the NetAngel executive team for 2 years advising on the development of NetAngel products.