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As an avid gamer with an autistic son (10), he's been enjoying, and coding Roblox and Minecraft. His mainstream autism center therapists belittle me when I stress the importance of his in-game successes and the game's role as a confidence builder. He's free to be himself when he games, and opens up, talks, and teaches his younger brother. They play together instead of fight. They have real conversations. What's your advice on pushing back to these close-minded therapists? I see the value in gaming as therapy, but feel unheard and ridiculed.