Video Gaming Help
Support for problematic video gaming looks different for each individual. Whether you or someone you care about is looking to quit gaming or build healthier habits, learn about self-help and clinical resources available to you.
Find a meeting or join an online community
Online meetings provide an opportunity to talk with others about problematic gaming. The following pages are updated regularly with the latest meeting information.
- Computer Gaming Addicts Anonymous holds in-person meetings around the U.S. and the world. Find a meeting near you.
- Computer Gaming Addicts Anonymous also offers a variety of online and phone meetings over Zoom, Mumble, and Skype.
Online communities offer an opportunity to provide and receive strategies and support:
- GameQuitters is an international educational resource and support forum.
- GameQuitters Parent Support is a private Facebook group for parents and loved ones.
Find outpatient treatment options
These New England-based clinicians offer counseling and therapeutic services for problematic gaming and gaming behaviors. Call or email individual offices for telehealth and in-person appointment scheduling.
Find a MD/Psy.D Level Gaming Disorder Specialist
These doctors and psychiatrists specialize in treating gaming disorder, internet addiction, and other compulsive tech use behaviors.