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Internet Gaming Disorder (IGD) was introduced for the first time within the “conditions for further study” in the fifth edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of the American Psychiatric Association. The World Health Organization has added gaming disorder as an official diagnosis, which means health care providers could begin to diagnose video game addiction as a mental health disorder.

To receive information about gaming disorder and next steps towards recovery, contact Odessa Dwarika, Director of Programs and Services at or call 617-426-4554 ext. 702.

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