Video Games in Psychotherapy

  title={Video Games in Psychotherapy},
  author={T. Ceranoglu},
  journal={Review of General Psychology},
  pages={141 - 146}
  • T. Ceranoglu
  • Published 2010
  • Psychology
  • Review of General Psychology
  • Video games have found their way into the clinical care of youth in most medical fields, and academic interest in their use is increasing steadily. The popularity of video games among youth may qualify them as a useful tool in psychotherapy for children and adolescents. Limited literature on use of video games in mental health care suggests that they can help young patients become more cooperative and enthusiastic about psychotherapy. Recent experience suggests that video games may facilitate… CONTINUE READING
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