Understanding Internet Gaming Disorder
SYMPTOMS, CAUSES, AND TREATMENTS
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The World Health Organization (WHO) announced in 2018 that it includes “Gaming Disorder” in the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11), a move that has sparked controversy among the medical, psychology and mental health community. However, the 5th edition of The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5) places “Internet Gaming Disorder” as a condition for further study, implying that IGD is yet qualified as a mental disorder. Notwithstanding the disagreement, the IGD still draws attention not just in the scholarly field but the parents, educators, and helping professionals who have adolescents with gaming problems. This course is designed to provide the latest evidence of IGD from prevalence, screening criteria, preventive measures and treatments.
This training provides a comprehensive understanding of problematic and disordered gaming, allowing social services and mental health professionals to understand the context, dynamics, mechanisms and special issues that present with IGD clients.
- The concepts of substance addiction and behaviour addictions
- Prevalence of Internet Gaming Disorder (IGD)
- The Diagnostic criteria of IGD in DSM-5? and ICD
- Brief introduction to different screening and assessment instruments
- The Treatments for IGD
- Skills and techniques use to engage people addicted to internet gaming
Dr. Tse Ka Wo, Nick (謝家和博士)
BSW, MSc. in International Addiction Studies, Ph.D.
- Assistant Professor (Addiction and Mental Health) at HKCT Institute of Higher Education
- Doctor of Philosophy, HKU
- Master of Science in In International Addiction Studies jointly awarded by King's College London (UK), University of Adelaide (Australia) and Virginia Commonwealth University (US)
- Bachelor of Social Work, The University of Hong Kong
- The first MINT certified Motivational Interviewing trainer
- Member of Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT)
- Founding member and former chairperson of Chinese Association of Motivational Interviewing (CAMI)
- Certified Counselor & Associate Fellow (HKPCA)
- Certified Gambling Counsellor (CGC), Canada
- Prepare/Enrich Facilitator
- Registered Social Worker (RSW)
Dr Tse Ka Wo, Nick is an Assistant Professor specializing in Addiction and Mental Health at The HKCT Institute of Higher Education. Nick is also a registered social worker (SWRB), certified counsellor, and Associate Fellow (HKPCA) in Hong Kong. In addition, he has specialized training at the International Programme in Addiction Studies (IPAS), which is provided by the world's leading research universities in the field of Addiction Sciences: King's College London, the University of Adelaide, and Virginia Commonwealth University. Dr Tse is the first MINT certified Motivational Interviewing (MI) trainer and the rater for the MINT trainer certification scheme in Hong Kong. Recently, he has dedicated himself to investigating the novelty approach of Collective Motivational Interviewing (CMI) by incorporating the social nexus paradigm to address adolescents with addiction problems.
Date & Time : 23/8/2022 (Tue) 9:30am – 5:30pm
- HKSPT Conference Room, 202-204A, Two Harbourfront, Hung Hom, KLN, HK
- Approx. 3 min walking distance from Whampoa MTR Station Exit D2
Target : Social workers, counselors, psychologists, health-care professionals, teachers, police officer and judicial personnel, as well as allied professionals
Course Fee :
- HK$1,350- (Enroll the course prior to the event)
- discount $50/each person (for each group of 3 or above)
Language : Cantonese supplemented with English (Teaching materials are mainly in English)
Course Mode : Short Talk, Demonstration, Practice, Discussion & Sharing
Certificate : Certificate of Attendance issued by Hong Kong Society of Professional Training
- Nurse CNE : 7 points
- Social Worker CPD : 7 points
- Occupational Therapist CPD : To be confirmed
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- 文獻很豐富，講解中理論與實務操作並重，善用多媒體解釋主題，容易理解。 (Welfare Worker)
- 從不同角度看gaming disorder。 (社工)