The Importance of Understanding Video Games and the Roles They Play in Clients' Lives [Audio]

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In this podcast from the University at Buffalo School of Social Work, Michael Langlois, LCISW, addresses the pervasiveness of technology -- specifically video games -- in our clients' day-to-day lives. Concurrently, he notes how direct social work practitioners have been largely hesitant and dismissive about utilizing video games in their work. Speaking from a cultural competency perspective, Mr. Langlois describes how he utilizes video games in his clinical work and builds an argument for their use in a 21st century practice environment.