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Video Game Addiction Therapists in White City

Area auto widened to Jackson County - only 4 Therapists were found in the city of White City, OR.
Kim Zwemer-Margulis, Counselor  in Ashland
“At certain points in our lives, we may need a helper to identify previously unnamed forces that affect our quality of life/relationships. My repertoire includes offering basic skills for emotional regulation to working with deeply held beliefs and ineffective thought patterns. Whether you are struggling with developmental or family problems, anxiety, depression, self-doubt, or trauma, consider joining with me to strengthen your inner and outer resources. My focus is on systemic (family) influences, belonging, coping, and attachment. When you sit with me, expect safety, relationship, and information in co-creating with you your healing path.
Video Game Addiction
(541) 394-4154
Ashland, Oregon 97520
Boyd Sherbourne, Psychologist  in Medford
“Let me help you live your life with purpose and fulfillment. I provide a compassionate and nonjudgmental approach to the therapeutic process. I have over twenty years of experience in the field of psychology. I have experience treating a number of emotional and behavioral issues. My ideal client is one who is motivated in regard to the psychotherapy process. An individual who is open and willing to commit an agreed amount of time to participate in some intense psychotherapy to reduce symptoms or gain insight.
Video Game Addiction
(541) 516-1643
Medford, Oregon 97504
Emi Sprinkle, Counselor  in Medford
“Emi provides individual and group therapy in the following areas: children, adolescents, families, and adults, addressing the issues of major loss, grief and trauma, anger, stress, crisis management, conflict resolution and negotiation, self-esteem, depression, physical and psychological aspects of disability and spiritual / faith based counseling. Her practice of therapy is guided by the belief that no matter what happened, all persons have the ability to show resilience, to gather strength, and to learn new skills in order to improve their quality of life.
Video Game Addiction
(541) 460-5658
Medford, Oregon 97504
Andrew Lindsley Jones, Counselor  in Ashland
“You are a "Spirit having a human experiences". I am committed to help you effectively and consistently deal with all challenges that come upon your path: specializing in healing trauma, resolving relationship issues/creating new relationship, depression, anxiety. My gift is creating the highest level of safety for women with deep issues of trusting men. I charge high rates, because I am willing to go to the depths for your ACTUAL life transformation. I have the training and heart to help you.
Video Game Addiction
(760) 278-4232
Ashland, Oregon 97520
Steven Fogelman L. P.C. P.C., SAP, Counselor  in Medford
“I am a strengths based therapist who looks for the positive experiences in peoples lives. I work with couples who want their relationships to be more rewarding for them. Utilizing the Emotional Freedom Technique I am able to give my patients relief from anxiety, depression and trauma. I am also a DOT certified Substance Abuse Professional working with employees in safety-sensitive positions.
Video Game Addiction
(541) 526-7231
Medford, Oregon 97501
Frederick Von Tress, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Medford
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Frederick von Tress, LCSW, has clinical and field experience spanning more than 30 years with clients in Oregon and California. He was a member of the California State Licensing Board governing clinical social work licensure for several years. Additionally, Mr. von Tress was invited by the California State University system to provide field supervision for Master's Degree students in the field of social work, thus enhancing the skills of future therapists. As an educator, he has developed and delivered CEU-approved courses. For the community, he provides critical incident debriefings for public safety agencies and the private sector.
Video Game Addiction
(541) 526-7712
Medford, Oregon 97501
Audrey Lehmann, Counselor  in Medford
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, PhD, LMFT, LPC, CADC, III
“I am committed to learning about who you truly are and working with you to make long lasting change. Based on 25 years clinical experience, I take an active role in the therapy process by helping you gain insight into patterns in your life. Therapy can also involve weekly homework assignments - this is optional.
Video Game Addiction
(541) 896-1564
Medford, Oregon 97504
Diane Stamper, Counselor  in Medford
“"I would like to extend a warm welcome to those of you who are curious about discovering increased personal empowerment and emotional stability. The foundation of our work together is based on my belief that you have worth and dignity. We will work to improve self-recognition of these attributes and increase your awareness of life's options. Self-exploration in a safe, judgment-free environment promotes development of healthy coping strategies and broadens perspective. Clients report an improved sense of emotional strength and are better able to make decisions in their own best interest.
Video Game Addiction
(541) 418-4868
Medford, Oregon 97501
Glenn Gelfenbein, Counselor  in Ashland
“I am a Licensed Counselor and a Certified ADHD Coach. For more than 16 years, my clinical work has focused on the treatment of children, teens, post-secondary students, and adults with ADD/ADHD. I work locally with clients, and by Skype in Portland, Salem, Eugene and in other locations in Oregon and California. In the Bay Area, I founded a cross-discipline clinic that provided mental health services, educational therapy, career counseling, and ADHD coaching. I take a strength based, empowerment approach, which focuses on helping individuals understand their challenges and develop compensatory strategies to reach their educational and life goals.
Video Game Addiction
(541) 362-8244
Ashland, Oregon 97520
Denise M Hutter, Psychologist  in Ashland
“Some people seek therapy for basic life issues and personal growth, while others come with serious trauma and psychiatric issues. I am a seasoned Psychologist and have extensive experience and training in both traditional and alternative modalities of therapy. I address the "whole person" not just presenting symptoms, having the belief that the human organism has the capacity to grow and heal. I work collaboratively with each person to create meaningful treatment experiences. visit my website at www.aps-wellness.com. Free 15 min informational phone contact
Video Game Addiction
(541) 526-5441
Ashland, Oregon 97520
Quin Ley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ashland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“There are 3 areas that I help clients explore, their relationship to themselves, others and work- in a word, relationship. In a safe. nurturing environment we become a team to explore the ideas you hold about yourself. If it entails repairing damage from the past, EMDR is an option. Relationships improve by examining past patterns and learning to trust yourself as you improve or release your current relationships. If there is an issue at work, it usually involves a co-worker who triggers issues from the past. Once you understand the issue and develop techniques to strengthen yourself, this person loses power over you.
Video Game Addiction
(541) 359-0239
Ashland, Oregon 97520
Rick G Price, Counselor  in Medford
“My integrative approach is tailored to the specific needs of the client. I specialize in innovative ways to reduce stress and restore healthier functioning. My style of counseling emphasizes the importance of developing relationships based on mutual respect, honesty, and trust. I employ an eclectic approach with an emphasis on cognitive-behavioral techniques. Together we will explore your unique issues.
Video Game Addiction
(541) 213-2174
Office is near:
Medford, Oregon 97501
Sovereign Health Mental Health Treatment, Treatment Facility  in Medford
“Sovereign Health Group is a leading residential Addiction, Dual Diagnosis, and Mental Health residential treatment provider for adults and adolescents. We offer evidence based treatment, individualized treatment plans, cognitive testing and rehabilitation, individual and group therapy sessions, and many other treatment components We invite you to review our website, chat online with us, or call for a free confidential assessment to learn more and discuss how Sovereign Health can be a solution for you. We ACCEPT MOST PPO insurance.
Video Game Addiction
(866) 697-3815
We serve:
Medford, Oregon 97504
Candace Gesner, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Medford
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFA, LMFT
Video Game Addiction
(541) 444-5129
Medford, Oregon 97504
Dragonfly Transitions, Treatment Facility  in Medford
“Dragonfly Transitions is a nine to twelve month program in Klamath Falls, Oregon. We work with our students to help them transition into a healthy young adult life with independence and autonomy. Dragonfly offers the opportunity for real world experience while providing a stable, supportive environment where students can flourish.
Video Game Addiction
(541) 526-5255
We serve:
Medford, Oregon 97501
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“I focus on promoting wellness by developing a compassionate relationship with my clients. Depending on individual needs, I assist clients with developing mindfulness skills, increasing healthy behaviors, and fostering closer relationships.
(575) 545-5819
Medford, Oregon 97504
Noel Chatroux, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ashland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My ideal client is looking for positive change, be it in relationship with self or with others. Change occurs naturally and powerfully when, in the safety and comfort of my office, the here-and-now is fully understood and experienced. I will sit with you in a respectful and deeply compassionate atmosphere, and share your journey towards a more satisfying life. With children and teens I use play, sandtray, and art therapies to build a relationship of trust and warmth where difficulties are expressed, and where children find ways to overcome their challenges, thereby reclaiming their mastery of their lives.
(541) 488-1665
Ashland, Oregon 97520
Asha Goldstein, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ashland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you at a point in your life in which you are ready for deep emotional healing? Many clients have shared that their work with me was effective in a way they have not experienced before. I provide an empowering healing process that enlists you as the greatest expert in your own healing process. With warmth, compassion, and acceptance, I help you feel more permission to be okay as you already are. I specialize in Mindfulness, Shadow Work®, and Radical Acceptance because I believe that these are the most effective therapeutic approaches for cultivating deep self-acceptance and self-compassion.
(541) 359-4349
Ashland, Oregon 97520
Dahna Dow Osmus, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Medford
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, RN, LCSW
“Whether you are in crisis or want to add objectivity and support to your personal struggles I respect the courage and willingness it takes to embark into a professional therapeutic relationship. My goal as a licensed nurse and therapist is to improve the quality of your life. Through collaboration, humor, compassion, respect and honesty I can help you reduce the distress that impacts your goals. I am a symptom-focused therapist trained to use your strengths and inner resources while helping you examine your struggles. With this experience you gain coping skills, more insight into who you are and what works for you.
(541) 241-3296
Medford, Oregon 97504
Shirley Johnson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Medford
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Sometimes it is helpful to talk to a professional, to gain perspective or hear a different point of view. In my office you can be free to express private thoughts and feelings, in a safe, non-judgemental, confidential environment. With compassion, encouragement and humor, I will help you examine the thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that contribute to the current distress in your life, and to offer suggestions on how to make changes. I feel very fortunate to say that I love what I do for a living, and that I have a passion for encouraging and facilitating personal growth.
(541) 237-7278
Medford, Oregon 97504
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Video Game Addiction Therapists
VIDEO GAME ADDICTION in White City

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 White City 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 White City have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

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