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Advanced Problem Gambling Clinical Training
Harm Reduction and Gambling Disorder
Harm Reduction is an evidence-based strategy in the field of problem gambling treatment. Harm reduction is not an alternative to traditional abstinence based approaches, but incorporates abstinence as one of a menu of treatment goals that can be agreed upon in working with clients around issues of problem gambling. This interactive workshop will review how harm reduction and/or limited/controlled gambling can be effective strategies in addressing a client’s gambling problems.
Date and Location
Friday, November 3, 2017
8:30 AM. to 4:30 PM
Allegany College of Maryland
12401 Willbrook Road SE,
Cumberland, MD 21502-2596
-Participants will be able to define harm reduction and its role in problem gambling treatment planning.
-Participants will engage in role plays in which limited gambling is a treatment goal using real case studies
-Participants will be gain an awareness of how harm reduction strategies can be employed in the context of family and couples counseling
Facilitator: Anthony S. Parente, MA, LCPC
-This program runs 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM. Registration opens at 8:00 AM.
-There is no charge to attend this training.
-Continental breakfast will be provided.
-Parking is provided free of charge at the Facility.
-NO LUNCH IS PROVIDED. Please bring your own or plan to go out and get lunch during the 60 minute lunch break.
-Detailed training location logistics will be included in the registration confirmation.
-Certificate of Attendance for six (6) CEUs will be awarded at the end of the training.
8:30-9:00 Introduction and Overview
9:00-10:00 Defining Harm Reduction and Problem Gambling: Theory and Research
10:00-10:15 Break (15 minutes)
10:15-11:30 Limited Gambling as a Treatment Goal: Assessment and Treatment Planning
11:30-12:30 Lunch (60 minutes)
12:30-2:00 Key Issues: Family Involvement, Asset Protection, Monitoring, Motivational Interviewing
2:00-2:15 Break (15 minutes)
2:15-4:15 Habit Change and Mindfulness: Case Examples and Role Plays
4:15-4:30 Review, Q&A and Evaluations
Six (6) CEU’s will be awarded at the end of the program for participants who attend beginning at 8:30 AM, through the completion of the program (4:30 PM or at discretion of presenter).
Attendees who arrive late (after 8:30 AM) or leave early (before 4:30 PM) each day will be emailed the adjusted Certificate of Attendance within five (5) business days post-program.
The University of Maryland School of Medicine is an approved Sponsor for the continuing education credit of the Maryland Board of Examiners for licensed Psychologists, Social Workers, Professional Counselors and Therapists, and Alcohol and Drug Counselors in Maryland.
Registration for this program is made directly through Allegany College of Maryland. Please contact Allegany College of Maryland directly at (301) 784-5341.
If you find your schedule changes and you cannot attend this training, please contact Allegany College of Maryland directly at (301) 784-5341 to cancel your registration. Thank you.
Although this program is offered free of charge, there are costs associated with facility rental, materials and staffing. Participants that register and hold a seat, but do not attend and did not cancel 48 hours prior to start time of program may be subject to wait list status for future training opportunities.
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