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How Parents Can Connect with their Child Through Video Games

How Parents Can Connect with their Child Through Video Games


Published: Jul. 8, 2024Updated: Jul. 8, 2024

Engaging with your child during their gaming sessions isn't just about sitting next to them; it's about immersing yourself in their world. Experts like Erin Cantwell, a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, and Alishia Quadri, a Doctoral Extern, emphasize that video games provide a valuable opportunity to connect with your child on a deeper level.

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