Navigating the Maze: Understanding and Overcoming Gambling Addiction
Kindbridge is proud to present a transformative 3-session seminar designed for for individuals, healthcare professionals, and families affected by gambling addiction.Register Now
Understanding and Overcoming Gambling Addiction aims to provide a deep understanding of gambling addiction, its impact, and effective strategies for recovery and relapse prevention.
Seminar Overview: Understanding Gambling Addiction
Through expert-led discussions, interactive exercises, and the support of a community striving towards similar goals, participants will be educated on the complexities of gambling addiction, practical tools and strategies for recovery and relapse prevention.
Session 1: Understanding Gambling Addiction –
Key Focus: Introduction to the concept of gambling addiction, exploring its causes, statistics, and trends.
Impact Analysis: Discussion on the mental, physical, financial, and social effects of gambling addiction.
Interactive Element: Self-assessment and group discussions to recognize the impacts of gambling addiction.
Session 2: Identifying and Addressing Problem Behaviors –
Key Focus: Recognizing signs of problematic gambling including behavioral, emotional, social, and financial symptoms.
Session 3: Relapse Prevention and Ongoing Monitoring –
Key Focus: Understanding the concept and process of relapse in gambling addiction.
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