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A Guide for Parents TechAddiction is very proud to offer the most practical, straightforward, comprehensive, up-to-date, and useful book available anywhere online or in paperback form for helping children or teens overcome video game addiction.
If your child is addicted to video games or if you work with children addicted to video games, this step-by-step book for helping kids or teenagers addicted to computer games is available right now as an instant download.
Brent Conrada clinical psychologist who specializes in treating adults, teens, and children who are obsessed with video games. The techniques, strategies, and tips contained in this book are identical to those successfully used by Dr. Conrad when working with the parents of children who are addicted to computer gaming.
The approaches and interventions are based on empirically validated psychological techniques, leading-edge research on the treatment of video game addictions in children, and perhaps most importantly, years of effective work with the parents of addicted kids.
The goal of the book is to give you specific advice with detailed instructions so that you know exactly what to say and what to do to help your child overcome an addiction to video games. In this book, Dr. Conrad provides an honest, direct, step-by-step approach so that parents have all of the information they need to assess the severity of their child's video game addiction and then, take clear, decisive actions to finally eliminate the video game addiction from their lives.
Many of the strategies and suggestions can not be found anywhere else online or in printed form and until now, have only been available to Dr. This book puts all of this information in your hands. After reading it you should feel far more knowledgeable about how to help your child, motivated to take action, and confident that you can finally make the necessary changes to eliminate his or her unhealthy video game habits.
The story of why this book was written… Every day I get email from parents desperate to find help for children and teens addicted to computer games. The messages literally come from every continent on earth - this is not an isolated problem. The parents have tried to set limits on how long their children spend playing online games, but for one reason or another, nothing has worked.
They have no energy left and they just want to give up. They feel like they have completely lost control of their children and that their situation is hopeless. Children addicted to online video games can recover with appropriate help, support, and interventions from parents.
I have seen it many times…I know it can happen. I personally respond to every email I get from parents and will continue to do so.
While I cannot offer online therapy, I try to offer appropriate general advice and direct them to suitable resources when possible. I have always wanted to recommend a helpful book to these parents who took the time to write to me and were desperate for any assistance I could provide. As such, I have read just about every book printed and eBook written for parents with children addicted to video games.
Unfortunately, I have not found a resource that offers clear, comprehensive advice and practical tips and suggestions for helping kids and teens overcome video game addiction.
My goal was simple - to write the most helpful workbook available anywhere for kids and teens who play video games far too much. I truly hope that any parent who is suffering through a child's video game addiction will find the information and suggestions contained in the book helpful.
How does this book differ from other books on kids and teens with out of control video game habits? I set out to write a book that was different hopefully in good way from anything else available on this topic.Websites and apps are designed for compulsion, even addiction.
Should the net be regulated like drugs or casinos? The Center for Internet Addiction was founded by Dr. Kimberly Young in It provides treatment for Internet addiction using CBT-IA©, Youngâ€™s specialized Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Internet addiction and is the first evidenced-based Digital Detox™ recovery program.
Please note that my inclusion of recent media articles about the topic of Facebook addiction and related aspects of social networking life, does not necessarily mean that I agree with the details, "spin" (characterization), or ideas as presented by those independent researchers and reporters.
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