Michelle Noguiera is a Problem Gambling and Technology Overuse Counsellor at Homewood Community Addictions Services in Guelph, Ontario. She has worked for 33 years in the continuum of care in the addiction field and currently teaches at Wilfrid Laurier University on Behavioural Addictions and Relapse Prevention. We spoke to her about gaming disorder and why she believes it is essential for clinicians to pay attention to it.
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Kindbridge Becomes the World’s First Teletherapy Organisation to Commit to Specialist Gaming Disorder Training for Counselors
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