By the end of the course, the Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist, Social Worker or Psychologist will be able to:
-Discuss three treatments regarding comorbidity and suicide and alcohol.
-Discuss seven pathological gambling aversions.
-Discuss two steps of controlled treatment plan for pathological gamblers.
-Identify five methods regarding understanding gambling behaviors.
-Identify three steps of self-efficacy in overcoming financial risk-taking of pathological gamblers.
-Discuss three methods for attaining and maintaining gambling abstinence.
-Discuss three strategies regarding gambling recovery.
-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.’
-Explain why problem gambling is an important public health issue.
"The instructional level of this course is introductory, intermediate, or advanced depending on the learners clinical area of expertise."
CEU Continuing Education for
Counselor CEUs, Social Worker CEUs, Psychology CEUs, MFT CEUs