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The gambling disorder treatment handbook : a guide for mental health professionals / Jody Bechtold and Alyssa Wilson.

Bechtold, Jody, (author.). Wilson, Alyssa, (author.).

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  • ISBN: 1787755525
  • ISBN: 9781787755529
  • Physical Description: 224 pages : illustrations (black and white), forms ; 23 cm
  • Publisher: London : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2021.

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Includes bibliographical references (pages 202-218) and indexes.
Subject: Compulsive gambling > Treatment.

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The Gambling Disorder Treatment Handbook : A Guide for Mental Health Professionals
The Gambling Disorder Treatment Handbook : A Guide for Mental Health Professionals
by Bechtold, Jody; Wilson, Alyssa
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The Gambling Disorder Treatment Handbook : A Guide for Mental Health Professionals

SectionSection DescriptionPage Number
Acknowledgmentsp. 10
Prefacep. 12
1Gambling Is Everywhere (and it doesn't appear to be going away anytime soon)p. 14
    Global Gambling Marketp. 15
    Gambling Expansion and New Horizonsp. 17
    Consumer Protections and Harm Minimization to Promote Safe Gambling Usep. 24
    Conclusionp. 29
2Understanding Gambling Disorder: Pathways towards Etiology, Prevalence, and Comorbid Determinants of Healthp. 31
    Etiological Predictors and Risk Factors for Developing Gambling Disorderp. 33
    Pathways Model of Problem Gamblingp. 42
    Considerations for Special Populations and Gamblingp. 46
    Conclusionp. 52
3Models of Interventionp. 53
    Transtheoretical Modelp. 54
    Treatment Approaches and Stance of Therapyp. 56
    Treatment Considerations: Modality, Duration, and Targeting, Relapsep. 63
    Conclusionp. 66
4Models of Intervention-Appliedp. 67
    Closing the Doorsp. 69
    Addressing Gambling Symptomsp. 72
    Session Considerationsp. 77
    Conclusionp. 82
5Where to Start and What to Askp. 84
    Gambling Screens, Assessments, and Diagnostic Toolsp. 84
    The Chicken or the Egg: Which Came First?p. 92
    Gambling Problem or Gambling Solutionp. 95
    The First Few Sessionsp. 98
6Harm-Reduction Approaches across the Continuump. 129
    Harm Reduction to Self-Exclusion: A Shared Continuump. 130
    Using Harm Reduction with Clientsp. 131
10Rules of Responsible Gamblingp. 133
    Using Harm Reduction with Specific Populationsp. 137
    Self-Exclusion as Harm Reductionp. 139
    Conclusionp. 141
    Case Examples of Harm Reduction on a Continuump. 141
7Financesp. 144
    Real Money and Gambling Moneyp. 145
    Why Bankruptcy Is Not an Optionp. 145
    Money Protectionp. 147
    Financial Inventory for Restitution Planp. 148
    Involving Family Member(s)p. 150
    Asset Protection Plan for Partner/Spouse and Childrenp. 151
    Conclusionp. 153
    Case Examples for Implementing Finance Strategiesp. 153
8Familyp. 157
    Family Systems Theory Reviewp. 158
    First and Second Order Changep. 158
    Working with the Family: Spouse/Partner and Gamblerp. 164
    Working with the Family: Family Onlyp. 165
    Working with the Family: Parents and the (Adult) Gamblerp. 169
    Working with the Family: Parents and the (Adolescent) Gamblerp. 169
    Working with the Family: Final Stage of Therapyp. 171
    Conclusionp. 172
9Self-Help and Peer Supportsp. 173
    Self-Help Programsp. 174
    12-Step Programsp. 174
    Celebrate Recoveryp. 176
    SMART Recoveryp. 177
    Peer Supportsp. 177
    Having the Conversationp. 178
10The Legal System and Gamblingp. 181
    Gambler or Criminal Profilep. 182
    Legal Involvement: Before and Duringp. 184
    The 5 Rs of Treatment and Documentationp. 185
    Act as if You Are Already in Front of the Judgep. 187
    Clinical Report Sectionsp. 188
    Legal Involvement: Afterp. 191
    Providing Expert Testimonyp. 191
    Example Report Evaluation to Inform and Educate Sentencingp. 192
    Example Full Report to an Attorney on Behalf of Your Clientp. 200
Referencesp. 202
Subjet Indexp. 219
Author Indexp. 222

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