One More Level: Video Gaming Addiction

An insightful talk for parents, students, and teachers/therapists


Everyone knows the rules of growing up. Once you’re eighteen things become clearer, childhood problems melt away, and you’re ready to go out and conquer the world. You’re now an adult. You can look your parents in the eye as equals. …

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As a speaker, Elaine is driven to share her knowledge and personal experience. Whether speaking to educators, parents, or front-line workers in schools, mental health forums, or corporate wellness events, Elaine relates to her audience with passion and wisdom.

Video gaming addiction coach    Coaching

As an online video gaming addiction coach, Elaine empowers parents with the information and strategies needed to deal with their child’s compulsive behavior with video gaming addiction.

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