By the end of the course, the Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist, Social Worker or Psychologist will be able to:
-Name three tools you can use in your pretreatment assessment.
-Explain how does the daily self monitoring diary work.
-Name two steps to developing a controlled treatment plan.
-Name five types of exposure to gambling.
-Name three steps to the Relationship Developing Technique.
-Name three methods for attaining and maintaining abstinence from gambling.
-Name three simple guidelines to avoiding relapse and staying stopped.
-Explain what is “thinking aloud” cognitive approach to treating pathological gambling.
-Name three factors concerning Sharpe and Tarrier’s integration of behavioral and cognitive insights into treatment for pathological gambling.
-Name four innovations allow the Gordon House Association’s “conversational software” to echo the dynamics of face-to-face counseling.
-Name two exceptions to the general trend of resolved gamblers to resemble alcohol and other drug treatment seekers.
-Name two reasons does Scarfe consider gambling to be a ‘hidden addiction.’
-Name two factors in the cognitive theory of pathological gambling.
-Name the two questions on the Lie/Bet screen for pathological gambling.
-Name four strategies used by Bujold and colleagues in a cognitive-behavioral treatment plan for pathological gambling.
-Explain the difference between an ‘action gambler’ and an ‘escape gambler’.
-Name what factor may hinder the effectiveness of Gamblers Anonymous.’.
"The instructional level of this course is introductory, intermediate, or advanced depending on the learners clinical area of expertise."
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