Bringing awareness to Video Gaming Addiction!

Elaine has years of experience speaking to health care providers, public agencies, mental health forums and schools.

Coaching for Parents

Is video gaming controlling your child?

I can help!

Seeing Through the Cracks

Elaine’s moving story about overcoming addiction with her son, Jake


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.


As a coach, Elaine empowers parents with the information and strategies needed to deal with their child’s compulsive behavior with video gaming addiction. She has learned through her own personal experience helping her son overcome his video gaming addiction.


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. …

Ask Yourself…

Are you tired of yelling and fighting with your child about their video gaming habits?

Does your child have a meltdown when you ask them to step away from their screen?

Is your child ignoring the signs that they have  a video gaming addiction?

Are you afraid of your child’s behaviour around video gaming?


If you answered YES- Elaine may be able to help you.

Children Are Making Purchases Within Video Games: A Parent’s Guide To Protecting Their Finances

Lately, I have been hearing more alarming stories of parents discovering large amounts being charged to their credit card by their child, as a result of their video gaming spending. Most times these parents were unaware of the purchases and are caught off guard when...

Does Your Child’s Insatiable Need for Technology Challenge Your Parenting Values?

It’s nearing the time for kids to head back to school. Summer can be a time to let down our guard and get more relaxed with parenting. There’s many hours to fill and sometimes just letting technology babysit our children gives parents some time for themselves. For...

Setting Up Your Adult Child for Success in Addiction Recovery

My son is now twenty-three years old. He’s been in video gaming addiction recovery now for two years. He hasn’t played a video game in twenty-five months. As his parent, I should feel complete relief. But I don’t. There is always an element of terror in the far...