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Behavioral Problems: Difficulties such as repeated conflicts with others, oppositionalism, anger and frustration, and problems following rules at home, in school, and/or in the community.
iRewardChart lets parents award stars to their children for good behavior and habits.
Pandora is a free online radio that allows users to create customized stations based on their favorite artists or genres.
Breathe2Relax is an app that helps users practice controlled breathing techniques for tension and anxiety.
iCal is an organizational calendar application that allows users to keep track of busy schedules by using color coding and easy-to-edit interface.
The iPod Touch is an Apple device for listening to music and downloading a massive variety of apps from games, to assistive technology solutions.
YouTube is a website where users can discover videos about nearly any topic and upload their own videos to share with friends, family, or the world.
My clinical work with parents allows me to learn about various strategies that parents use in moderating their children’s involvement with video games and other digital technologies. So, how much […]
The following case study is an example of the ways that video games can exercise Self-Control skills. The story itself is a variation of one or more patients I have worked […]
Many of the most popular video games, such as The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, Fruit Ninja, and Batman: Arkham City are loaded with opportunities to practice and develop the skill of […]
This Music game helps with Self-Control and Flexibility, and is recommended to kids 7+.
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