What's Next?

Thanks for showing interest in the program! What should you expect next?

Step 1: Watch this video:

  • If your loved one has a gaming issue you are in the right place
  • Good news! Our program works for families with gamers of all ages
  • Gamer denial is normal and most transformations start here
  • This is coaching, not therapy and you can do our program alongside alternative clinical help
  • We struggled with gaming ourselves and understand its unique world and behaviors

Step 2: Check Out Reviews of the Program

"We followed your strategies and tension in our house has lowered considerably.” –Maria

"The program is helpful to know whether we should be concerned about our son’s level of involvement with video games. It alleviates a lot of worry and fear for us." -Dan

"My son is now game-free, making new friends, and doing activities." -Sherry

"We have a calmer household and a closer relationship with our boys, and this has happened in a surprisingly short period of time." -Lani

 "Our 17-year-old son went from 3 Fs in one quarter to high honors the next!" -Amy

"RECLAIM is clear and concise for a parent that is starting to see some of the patterns of gaming addiction." -Kim

"RECLAIM provided a sense of relief and hope. What you're doing truly matters!” -Julie

"You gave me hope to see there is a way out for my son." -Stacey

“No gaming for 5 weeks. Isaac is back playing basketball.” -Julie

"Game Quitters has been an excellent resource for our family." -Fraser

"Jack is three months off games." -Katrina

"Changed everything for me and my teen.” -Kate

We look forward to speaking with you soon.

Cam Adair Recovered GamerInternational Speaker


Cam is the founder of Game Quitters. A former video game addict who played up to 16 hours a day, today he is widely hailed as a leading expert on video game addiction. He speaks regularly around the world to students, parents, and mental health professionals. In 2017, he was named one of Canada's Leaders in Mental Health.

"A leader in the field of gaming addiction long before its official recognition." - Julie Hynes, National Council on Problem Gambling

Elaine Uskoski MomFamily Coach


Elaine empowers families with the strategies needed to deal with their child’s compulsive behavior with video games. Her son overcame his video game addiction using her background in social service, health and wellness.

"It was good to finally connect with someone who knows precisely what we’re living through and can give real advice and empathy." - Client