The Emotional Effects of Video Games on Boys

New training offered by Renewed Vision Counseling Services for parents who need help and counselors who need continuing education credits ( CEU .)

There is a link between boys who play video games all night, care little about their grades, and are content to live with their parents well into adulthood. In this session, Dale explains the deeply rooted emotional effects video games have on boys and why apathy is more than just a phase. He covers all sorts of games from the educational to the most violent. Video game addiction is also discussed. The session ends with ways you can help your son or client turn from the games and towards a more productive lifestyle. 

This training is good for parents since it contains practical advice. It is also good for counselors who need continuing education credits. It is an NBCC approved training for 2 hours of clock credit. Once purchased, you will have access to the material for 45 days. Visit Renewed Vision Training and click on Marriage and Family.

Dale can speak to your parent group, school, or organization about this issue. Contact him for more information.

Need CEU’s?

I’m proud to announce that I am now an affiliate presenter with Renewed Vision Training (RVT.) The Harding University Professional Counseling Program is an NBCC-Approved Continuing Education Provider and a co-sponsor of these trainings. 
If you are a counselor, I hope you’ll consider us a source for your CEU needs. My friend Michael Jones started RVT and already has several courses available including “Technology Assisted Counseling,” “Motivating Clients to Change,” and even one on group grief counseling. My podcasts will be posted soon and my training, “The Emotional Effects of Video Games on Boys” is currently under construction.