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Survey participants sought for research into the use of video games in therapy

Researchers at Sydney University are seeking participants to complete an online survey exploring clinicians’ and clients’ experiences and attitudes toward the application of “Serious Games” in psychotherapy. Serious Games are computer or video games that go beyond the purpose of pure entertainment, and also include an educational component.

The study is seeking participants aged 18 and 85 who live in Australia and have either undergone psychotherapy for mental health, or work in an area of mental health that provides talking therapy.  The study has ethics approval (No. 2019/338) from the Human Research Ethics Committee, Sydney University. All data collected will be anonymous.

Please follow the links below for further information and to participate in the survey: