Talk to a licensed specialist in gaming or gambling through teletherapy.
Video gaming and gambling habits can often turn unhealthy and impact everyone in the household. Family members and friends that want to help and need answers can take action today by calling for a free, confidential conversation about how to address the current situation that may be effecting your life.
Individuals struggling with these habits often have additional conditions such as underlying anxiety, depression, ADHD and/or autism. Unresolved trauma can also lead to video gaming or gambling problems so it is important to work with a qualified mental health professional to help address these challenges and support the recovery journey.
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The following checklist can help to recognize the common signs and consequences of excessive gambling and/or video gaming.
If you’ve answered yes to the majority of these questions, you might benefit from speaking to one of our therapists now.
Brian Hatch, creator/host of
All In: The Addicted Gambler’s Podcast
After spending my first year of college gambling and not going to class, I was academically dismissed. Alarms should have been going off everywhere around me at that point. Maybe they were but I didn’t notice them…