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Gambling Problems: An Introduction for Behavioral Health Services Providers

Gambling Problems: An Introduction for Behavioral Health Services Providers

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Provides an introduction to pathological gambling, gambling disorder, and problem gambling, and their link with substance use disorders. Describes tools available for screening and diagnosis, as well as strategies for treating people with gambling problems.



Pub id: SMA14-4851
Publication Date: 9/2014
Last Reviewed: 09/16/2014
Popularity: 117
Format: Advisory
Audience: Professional Care Providers
Series: SAMHSA Advisory
Population Group: People with Substance Use or Abuse Problems as Population Group

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09/26/2014 9:48 PM

A Person Seeking Help said:

FINALLY, a publication on problem gambling for providers! We need more research on this disorder since studies are lacking, but the growth of gaming is growing especially with it being the "miracle tax" and the internet. I am both a professional ( Addiction Studies) and a recovering compulsive gambler

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09/26/2014 9:52 PM

A Person Seeking Help said:

FINALLY, a publication of Gambling Addiction for the provider! More research needs to be done on this addiction, and it needs to be re-classified for things like the ADA.