Ex-gaming addict Cam Adair and an addiction counsellor from The Edge programme will be hosting the webinar on Tuesday 30th April at 19:00
Gaming addiction expert and Game Quitters founder Cam Adair is co-hosting a free gaming addiction webinar for parents, entitled ‘How to Change the Game?’, on Tuesday 30th April at 19:00.
To register for the webinar, parents and anyone with an interest in gaming addiction, should visit: www.theedgerehab.com/webinar-gaming
Cam, an ex-gaming addict and consultant on The Edge treatment programme for gaming addiction, will be joined by an addiction treatment expert from the programme for the webinar which aims to provide parents with advice on how to manage their sons’ gaming habits.
Parents will be able to ask questions, get answers and be informed on how social media might be affecting their sons and what to do about it.
They will be able to find out more about gaming disorder, the Edge treatment programme, a specially created residential Gaming Addiction Programme for young men aged 18 to 26, and how to develop their knowledge about gaming addiction to support their sons.
The webinar follows a recent UK tour by Cam Adair and Andy Leach, Counsellor and Clinical Lead at The Cabin Group in Chang Mai, Thailand, which runs The Edge programme. They spoke with fellow professionals who work to improve the life chances of young people, met the media, and presented to students and parents at the some of the UK’s leading independent boys’ schools to raise awareness of gaming addiction.
A former gaming addict of more than 10 years, Cam’s addiction started at the age of 11 when he experienced intense bullying, leading him to drop out of high school. His experience and battle against his addiction led him to form Game Quitters, the world’s largest support community for video game addiction offering online tools for gamers and parents serving 75,000 members in 91 countries.
The Cabin Group is widely recognised as being at the forefront of addiction treatment globally. The Edge’s 90-day gaming addiction programme combines the behavioural health expertise of The Cabin with the practical solutions developed by Cam, a successfully recovered gamer who has helped 1000’s overcome their addiction. The result is a highly-specialised programme that treats the mental health issues at the root of the addiction using a gamer-centric approach.
To register for the webinar please visit: www.theedgerehab.com/webinar-gaming
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