Jeremy Wampler & Jodie Nealley Presents:

Introduction to Problem Gambling in Behavioral Health Settings- WEBINAR

April 8, 2020 from 10:30 am to 3:15 pm

This webinar is designed to increase providers’ skill in identifying and treating problematic gambling behavior.  It will focus on the assessment and diagnosis of gambling disorder as a behavioral addiction and there will be practice in developing a treatment plan.
 
 
 
Clock Hours/Continuing Education Units- 4
Cost is: $50.00
 
 
CLICK HERE for more information and to register!

Treatment for Problem Gambling

 

Self-Help Meetings

Due to the growing concerns surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19), many self-help meetings are being cancelled and/or suspended. View the suspended meeting list HERE.   We will continue to monitor and update meeting information as it becomes available.

Private Practice Clinicians

The MA Council maintains a list of Private Practice Clinicians who have earned their Massachusetts Problem Gambling Specialist (MA PGS) Certificate and can identify and care for people whose lives are affected by a gambling disorder.  Most of our PRIVATE PRACTICE CLINICIANS are still seeing clients via video platforms or over the phone. Please call or email the clinician directly to find out how to best connect with them.

Outpatient Treatment

Outpatient Treatment is available to anyone concerned about gambling; those who gamble, their families and/or significant others.

Voluntary Self-Exclusion Program

 

The statewide VSE program allows individuals to voluntarily exclude from the gaming floor of all Massachusetts casinos for a pre-determined length of time: one year, three years, five years or a lifetime.

View Complete List of Drop-in Times & Locations HERE

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Welcome to the Massachusetts Council on Compulsive Gambling
We understand the problem. We can help.

Founded in 1983, the Massachusetts Council on Compulsive Gambling is a private, non-profit public health agency. We advocate for responsible gaming and gambling practices and services for those affected by gambling. We aim to reduce the impacts of gambling disorder and strive to make gambling healthy and safe for the people of Massachusetts. We are neither for nor against legalized gambling. We accomplish our mission through education, advocacy, and by providing resources. We serve people who gamble, their families, caregivers, and the community at large.

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