CT Council on Problem Gambling 19th Annual Conference
Hosted by CT Council on Problem Gambling
Attendees will continue to explore the ever-changing field of gambling-related harm, highlighting emerging trends and best practices. Participants will explore emotional intelligence, universal behaviors and the impact they have on the workplace/recovery. Presentations will focus on the continuum of care including prevention, treatment, and recovery for gambling related harm & Gambling Disorder. We will explore considerations for designing programs to continue to reduce barriers, create connections and encourage change.
Attendees will learn innovative clinical interventions and prevention strategies to apply when working with at risk or vulnerable populations including youth/young adults, women, individuals in the criminal justice system, LGBTQ+, veterans and those in the military.
We will hear stories of hope, strength and recovery from those with lived experience from gambling related harm as well as develop an understanding of how self-help groups work to bring people together through meetings such as Gambler’s Anonymous and Gam-Anon.
Registration to the conference also includes: breakfast, lunch and afternoon refreshments.
CEs available: 6
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