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Video Game Addiction Therapists in Bradford

Area auto-widened to the state of Ontario - only 7 Therapists were found in the city of Bradford, ON
Olga Gale, Psychologist  in Toronto
“People require help with various issues at some point of their lifes. It could be difficulty making a decision, relationship problems, dissatisfaction with career, financial warries, losses, illness, or injury. Regardless of the magnitude of the problem it is often beneficial to discuss your problem with a professional who may help you to see the issue from a different perspective and to arrive to a satisfactory solution. Some problems require numerous sessions, but sometimes even one or few sessions result in improved mood and self-confidence and help to gain insights that could lead to desired changes.
Video Game Addiction
Karen Wright, Counselor  in Pickering
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, BA, MA, MSW, OACCPP
“I work with individuals, families and couples who are struggling with depression, anxiety, panic attacks, relationship issues, grief, addictions, abusive relationships, trauma, and anger management. I believe that everyone has the potential to live a fulfilling and satisfying life, free from emotional suffering. My psychotherapy practice centers on relieving emotional pain which has accumulated through difficult life experiences, and counselling to a new peaceful, centered approach to life. I frequently use solution-focussed therapy that includes coaching.
Video Game Addiction
(905) 999-8732
Pickering, Ontario L1W 2L5
Megan Palmer Goulet,   in Toronto
“Are you are in crisis, struggling with an on-going issue or seeking to be free of restrictive emotional patterns/responses? If so, I can help you move from a place of limitation, to one of possibility and choice. Psychotherapy can provide wonderful benefit with long-term results. Learning to take care of ourselves is something we often take for granted and is not always easily achieved given our histories or daily stressors. I will support you in stabilizing yourself and situation, so that you can face your challenges and evolve in directions that feel authentic, liberating and ultimately sustainable.
Video Game Addiction
(416) 452-2273
Toronto, Ontario M5R 1V9
Rana Karam, Psychologist  in Ottawa
“Since 2008, I have worked with adults, couples and adolescents experiencing a wide range of psychological difficulties such as depression, anxiety, trauma, self-esteem-related difficulties, relationship and sexual issues (e.g., sexual arousal and desire issues, orgasm difficulties and sexual pain), and cross-cultural adaptation and interpersonal challenges. I also support individuals and couples address psycho-social issues related to fertility and adoption. Through our work together, I will help you to learn about your personal strengths, and develop a more secure, resilient self and strengthen your relationships.
Video Game Addiction
(855) 779-2347
Ottawa, Ontario K1R 5B2
Jeffory George Lucas, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Ottawa
“Is it time for you or someone you know to "Get Real" in their lives? At "Get Real", Counselling Services Inc., we offer internationalally certified addiction therapists who are experienced, qualified and caring professionals, focused on dedicated timely and comprehensive, out-patient treatment for substance abuse and addiction. Adolescents, teens, adults, and families struggling with the effect of alcohol, drugs and behavioural addiction(s) on their lives or the lives of the ones they love. Client's explore the correlation of past bio-psycho-social consequences, as well guidance in the development of a healthy and balanced vision of their future recovery.
Video Game Addiction
(613) 742-7373
Ottawa, Ontario K2P 1P5
Douglas Daher, Psychologist  in Toronto
“Suffering is seldom absent from any individual's life, wounds we endure need healing. For 30 years I have sat with those in distress acknowledging, dialoguing with and integrating their suffering into healing process. There are seldom quick answers to complicated life issues, being with another to endure suffering together, is a beginning. Besides facing our pain, imagining healing is essential for wellness. Our own self esteem, creativity, ability to play and the ways to self nurture need attention when darker aspects of life overshadow meaning and purpose. What is shared, endured and gained seldom is easily defined, but enhances transformation. To meet, is to try.
Video Game Addiction
(647) 977-5901
Toronto, Ontario M4W 2K2
Michele Brett, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Barrie
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW, AccFm
“I enjoy working with clients who are experiencing challenges and discontentment within their lives. I help clients resolve their issues by listening and understanding the problems as it is defined by the client in a safe, non-judgemental environment. Together, we can explore the unfamiliar terrain of emotions and strategize, explore and expand options for resolving problems. My goal is to provide an alliance between myself and my client so that my clients may realize the their full potential.
Video Game Addiction
(705) 715-6199
Barrie, Ontario L4M 1G8
The Turning Point Counselling Services, Counselor  in Peterborough
“My ideal client wants to learn how to move forward and take responsibility for every area of their lives. They are not interested in trying to change others to make themselves happier, but realize that change must begin with themselves. They may struggle with issues such as : relationships, marital conflict, addictions, sexually compulsive behaviours, codependency, interpersonal conflict, depression or anxiety, infidelity, anger issues, past abuse or trauma, family of origin issues, or just a general feeling of being unsatisfied with life. Clients will often say that going into counselling was one of the best decisions they ever made.
Video Game Addiction
(705) 868-8896
Elaine Amsterdam, Counselor  in Toronto
“For over 20 years I have worked in the field of mental health. This includes more than 10 years of experience working with individuals in a private psychotherapy practice. Said simply, I believe the intention of psychotherapy is to help people feel better and be better equipped to live well. These objectives are determined by each client, as they consider their own context, influences, hopes and goals. I try to approach each person and each psychotherapy wth intellect, curiosity, creativity and respect.
Video Game Addiction
(416) 312-3740
Toronto, Ontario M6G 1Y2
Michael Browning  in Ottawa
MDiv, MA, CCC, CSAT(c)
“I have special training in helping those struggling with process (behavioural) and substance addictions, especially sexual addiction (www.facingsexaddiction.com). I also specialize in providing therapy to couples and individuals who struggle with anxiety, depression, low self-esteem and identity.
Video Game Addiction
(613) 724-1332
Ottawa, Ontario K1Y 2E4
Alyse Nishimura, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW
“Alyse offers children/adolescents and their families a therapeutic environment that fosters creativity. Alyse utilizes the client's unique skills, strengths and talents to encourage self-expression. Everyone has the ability to resolve his/her own struggles and therapy is about unlocking the unique potential to do so. Alyse's primary clinical goal is to improve family functioning through self-expression and improved communication.
Video Game Addiction
(905) 581-6622
Oakville, Ontario L6M 3E3
Mishy Elmpak, Psychologist  in Thornhill
“Do you worry a lot? Do you feel constantly anxious? Does worry and anxiousness limit your relationships, your work or your studies? You would like to grow as a person, make changes in your life and feel good. You would like to lead a life which is much easier, happier and more successful, but somehow it does not work out. You feel you can't stop these annoying behaviors. Call me now to find together a roadmap to change and how to overcome these barriers. Browse the website www.apexhealthcentre.com to learn more about my approach and how I can help you!
Video Game Addiction
(647) 294-7510
Thornhill, Ontario L3T 5W4
Hamilton Psychological Services, Treatment Facility  in Hamilton
“We have 8 clinicians, each of us with a broad range of experience and interests, available to work with you and/or your family. Our clinicians are either registered with the College of Psychologists of Ontario or are in preparation for registration (e.g., Supervised Practice). Please feel free to call our offices with any questions, 905-527-5991, and visit our website for further information, www.hamiltonpsych.ca.
Video Game Addiction
(905) 527-5991
Hamilton, Ontario L8S 1B7
Carlos Neves, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Guelph
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, MSW, RSW
“Life can challenge us in ways that leave us feeling overwhelmed and in emotional pain. Sometimes we need help to get back on track. Counselling is an opportunity to feel safe, respected, heard and appreciated for who you really are. It is a place to get perspective on your life, learn coping skills and to explore solutions that work for you.
Video Game Addiction
(519) 546-8626
Guelph, Ontario N1H 4J7
Michael T F Machan,   in Ottawa
“I would like to provide you with the information about my practice that you may require in order to make an informed decision about therapy services. I thank you for your interest and I encourage you to ask any questions of me that you may have. It is my goal that you are able to make an informed, intelligent choice at your convenience. I am a couple's therapist by training however, I do work with individuals. I am able to help and assist with relationship issues, communication skills, anxiety, depression, self esteem and self worth to name a few.
Video Game Addiction
(613) 857-1496
Ottawa, Ontario K1K 4R6
Alison Colavecchia, Psychological Associate  in Brampton
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychological Associate, MA, CPsych, Assoc
“I enjoy working with clients who appreciate that in getting to their best health we must look at their whole health. It's hard to tackle challenging life issues when we aren't taking great care of ourselves physically, emotionally, financially, spiritually or mentally. Learning how to DO things differently matters given that just wanting and talking about change simply isn't enough. I encourage people to understand how some of their seemingly unhealthy behaviors may have started out serving a constructive purpose but that adopting new more effective ways of coping/behaving ultimately results in greater quality of life.
Video Game Addiction
(416) 356-1899
Brampton, Ontario L6X 1A5
“I work with individuals and couples to strengthen their relationships and emotional life. People come to me to help with memory issues, disconnection, intense sadness, shame, guilt or anger; as well as changes in relationship boundaries, and expectations that accompany major changes in life circumstances or identity. My hope is to reconnect you with those aspects of yourself that hold the truths, needs and wishes that may have been denied in some way, and that ultimately can help bring about deeper, lasting change.
Video Game Addiction
(416) 939-0238
Toronto, Ontario M6G 1L5
iLife Health Center- Toronto Psychologist, Psychologist  in Toronto
“iLife Health Centre is a wellness centre offering various services such as psychology, nutrition, acupuncture and more. Our Psychologists in Toronto are experienced in treating various mental health related issues such as: Anxiety, depression, OCD, PTSD, anger, bipolar, relationship, sexual dysfunction, addiction, drugs and alcohol abuse and dependency and neurofeedback for ADD/ADHD and for anxiety. Our Toronto psychologists also offer parenting skills, communication and assertiveness skills training. You can also benefit fro group therapy and seminars offered by our psychologists and psychotherapists in Toronto. The seminars can help you with anger management, stress management and anxiety management.
Video Game Addiction
(855) 382-2482
Toronto, Ontario M4W 3R1
Ryan Dinsmore, Counselor  in Kingston
“I offer individual psychotherapy to adults facing a variety of challenges ranging from depression and anxiety to existential issues like loneliness, boredom, lack of meaning and problems with motivation. I view the therapy process as a journey of self-discovery and self-development. Therapy offers us the opportunity to examine our lives, gain perspective and learn to grow in the face of adversity.
Video Game Addiction
(613) 877-4148
Kingston, Ontario K7M 3E2
David Michael Fine, Counselor  in Guelph
“I am a Psychotherapist and a Registered Professional Counsellor. I work with individuals, married couples and families. I help singles deal with issues surrounding depression, anger, confusion, relationships issues, addiction, loneliness and anxiety. I help couples work out issues in communication, abuse and infidelity. I help families sort out misunderstandings that result in separation and cut off. I teach people how to think before they react. Clients have usually felt some relief after the first session. Techniques I use are mainly CBT, Psycho dynamics, Mindfulness, and Course of Miracles teachings.
Video Game Addiction
(519) 900-1607
Guelph, Ontario N1H 4J7
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Video Game Addiction Therapists
VIDEO GAME ADDICTION in Bradford

The current DSM doesn't recognize video game addiction as a diagnosable addiction. But the patterns of behavior can make parenting a kid or teen who's video gaming difficult.

Get help form a Therapist in Bradford with a teen or child who's patterns of behavior of include:

1) Craving more game time, no matter how much they've already played.
2) Chronic dry eyes.
3) Friends stop calling and coming by to hang out.
4) No shower or change of clothes for days.
5) Gets upset if someone suggests they might have a problem with video games.
6) Rarely leaves the house because they feel like they're missing out on something that might be happening in the video games.
7) Spends entire allowance on video game hardware and software.
8) Lies to parents about how often they play games or video games.
9) Skips doing chores to keep video gaming.
10) When not at the computer, they're irritable and snappy.

For more lots more on on video game addiction, see Unplugged - a video game addiction blog

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Bradford have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Bradford you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Bradford and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Bradford or family therapy in Bradford.