[Educational Psychology SIG] Understanding and Working with Gaming Disorder

Topic: Understanding and Working with Gaming Disorder
Date: 9 April 2021 (Friday)
Time: 5.30pm – 7pm
Delivery: Live Online Session via Zoom
Cost: SIG members (Free)
SRP members ($3)

The talk aims to help participants understand:
• How persuasive design is shaping gaming and online behaviours
• How to assess for gaming disorder
• Intervention approaches for gaming disorder
• Who they can refer clients to for intervention in Singapore


Facilitator: Mr. Ray Chua
Ray Chua is Senior Clinical Psychologist and Senior Manager at Community Psychology Hub. He has been helping gamers with problematic gaming behaviours since 2009. He has provided numerous trainings for professionals, parents and students on gaming disorder and was interviewed about gaming issues on national and international media. He is the author of Virtual Realms, Real Needs: How to guide your children in a world of video games. As an avid gamer for more than 30 years, Ray shares from the perspective of a gamer, parent and psychologist.

Deadline for registration is Tuesday, 6 April. Seats are limited to facilitate better interaction between the participants and facilitator.

Details on how to access the session will be emailed to registrants 1-2 days before the session.


  • 09/04/2021
    5:30 pm - 7:00 pm