The challenges associated with video game addiction are real and present in this extraordinary context. In many cases, these games become the center of the universe and occupy almost every thought for the teenager who has developed an exaggerated interest in them. It is for these reasons that this training on video game addiction was created.
The consequences are numerous;
The reasons for consulting my clients regarding concerns about their video game consumption habits are on the rise. This is why I have built this training based on the scientific literature but more on empirical knowledge and on the success stories that my clients have experienced. Here is a complete article and ten easily observable signs that your child may be addicted to video games.
Thus, I always offer you the same guarantee: all the content of the training is concrete, from the field, without cloud shoveling, without disconnection from reality, without great abstract theories! Only the real thing, which works, tested and proven with my clients.
Following this training on video game addiction, you will be able to:
- Better understand the mechanisms behind this addiction and the risk factors that lead to it
- Put in place measures at an early age to prevent this problem
- Recognize the signals, the symptoms that children show in order to indicate their stress and anxiety
- Recognize the responsibility that adults have in this issue
- Recognize and avoid the benevolent but counterproductive reflexes that parents apply with their children
- Replace these reflexes with techniques and methods that are efficient and viable in the long term
- Learn effective communication techniques to maintain or re-establish your bond with your child
- Involve your children and teens in the process of returning to a balanced life
- Gainconfidence in yourself to better understand and support your child
- Regain hope for a healthier and more balanced life for your teenager
- Learnways to regain a mutually respectful relationship with your child regarding video games
- Master tools, tips and techniques to help your adolescent manage their video game time
Who is this training for?
Practitioners working with at-risk clients (nurses, nursing assistants, social workers, psychoeducators, childcare workers, etc.) who wish to use a unique holistic approach
Parents who have children or teens showing signs of video game addiction
People who are struggling with this challenge themselves (teens and adults)
Teachers who wish to have a better understanding and more tools
Anyone who wants to learn more about this emerging issue
Recognition of video game addiction training in mandatory training hours
Social worker: Training recognized by OTSTCFQ
Psychoeducator: Training recognized by the OPPQ
Nurses : Training recognized by the OIIQ
Practical Nurse : Recognized training
Child care worker (CPE etc): Recognized training, you will obtain a certificate in accordance with the law 59