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Video Game And Screen Addiction Therapists

Any addiction can have negative effects on the individual struggling with it and/or those around them. Screen and video game addiction is no exception, and has the specific consequence of requiring large amounts of time and attention from the afflicted individual. This can contribute to social problems, low self-esteem, anxiety, and depression. Also, it can have adverse health effects due to a stronger likelihood of physical inactivity, eye strain, bad posture, etc. Therapists who work with video game and screen addiction can help by working with individuals to recognize their unhealthy behaviors, build healthier lifestyles, and work towards accomplishing their life goals.

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Tracy Schwartz, LMFT

  • A warm, understanding therapist.

  • I work with individuals and couples. I'm LGBTQ+, sex-positive, kink friendly therapist. There is a warm, safe, confidential space in my office.
cat-icon 601 University Avenue, Ste 222, Sacramento, CA, USA

Karissa J. King, MA, LMFT & Adam M. King, MA, CLC

  • A Christian Therapist-Coach Team for Young Married Couples

cat-icon 8841 Williamson Drive, Suite 40, Elk Grove, CA, USA

Stancil J.L. Hutchinson, Psy.D.

  • Psychology

  • Dr. Hutchinson regularly provides cutting-edge evaluations that can be as in depth as his clients' require.

Heather Moss, MFT

  • Couples and Relationship Therapist

  • Reconnecting couples through improving communication skills, resolving problems and strengthening intimacy.
cat-icon 850 Iron Point Road, Folsom, CA, USA
cat-icon 5701 Lonetree Boulevard, Suite 210, Rocklin, CA 95765

Arielle Grossman, Associate MFT

  • A strength-based, mindfulness therapist

  • I specialize in life-transitions, parent-child relationships, teen issues, & codependency.


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