This month we focus on the connection between mind and body and we will discuss whether video games can help us listen to our body and practice techniques that change our body activity in a way that makes us feel better.
The condition "Gaming Disorder" describes a pattern of persistent or recurrent gaming behavior so severe that it takes "precedence over other life interests". But is it the game design that is addicting or the emotional connections to an online social network made while playing the game?
Every March, to coincide with the Game Developers conference and many other major gaming news & updates, we felt now would be a great opportunity to take a look at some of the games available that can have a positive impact on mental and emotional well-being. Games that you can relax to but still be immersed in a non casual way.
GEMH Lab recommends games available that can have a positive impact on mental and emotional well-being.
Relationships with others can be tricky, especially when you're moving from high school life to student life, or from student life to working life. How do you stay in touch with old friends when you're living far apart? My advise, although perhaps counter intuitive, is to get into gaming and I'll explain why.
Going to college is exciting, but it also means moving away from friends and family. Luckily, online games offer a fun social activity with your friends, without having to travel halfway across the country. Here are some of our favorite games to play with friends online!
It’s February, and love is in the air. In honor of valentine's day, this month's theme will focus on meaningful relationships, which includes romances but also friendships and family ties.
To finish this month's theme on mindsets Anouk Tuijnman will share her experience with her New Year's resolution and why this year she was able to stuck with it.
Why are mindsets important, how do they relate to (mental) health and can mindsets be changed?
It’s 2018, and January is traditionally the time when people make an attempt to incorporate new lifestyle changes into their daily routine. But who are the people who most often make successful new year’s resolutions? It all has to do with mindset.