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Recovery Resources offers a variety of home study webinars. These webinars are completed by view a video of the webinar, and then completion of a post-test and evaluation. 

Home Study Webinars

General 

Brief Introduction to Gambling Disorder - Start Now!

This training provides and introduction to Disordered Gambling. 1 credits through the Ohio Counselor, Social Work and Marriage Family Therapist Board, Ohio Chemical Dependency Professionals Board and the National Council on Problem Gambling.

Gambling and the Asian Community - Start Now!

Various cultural factors put the Asian community at risk for problem gambling. This webinar will review the unique needs of the Asian community related to gambling services, and local initiatives addressing this issue. 

Gambling and the Older Adult - Start Now! 

There are unique considerations regarding gambling and older adults. This webinar will explore this topic and add to basic knowledge of problem and disordered gambling. 

Raising Voices: Personal Stories of Disordered Gambling - Start Now!

Disordered Gambling is a devastating illness that impacts whole families. This webinar will feature two speakers, a person affected by Gambling Disorder and a member of his family. Their stories tell how gambling impacted their lives and how they have moved towards recovery. 
 

Treatment 

Overview of the DSM-5 Disordered Gambling Criteria - Start Now!

This training will provide participants with a deep dive into the diagnostic criteria associated with Disordered Gambling, comparing DSM IV and 5 criteria. Participants will be exposed to assessment tools to aid in diagnosis of Disordered Gambling. 1 credits through the Ohio Counselor, Social Work and Marriage Family Therapist Board, Ohio Chemical Dependency Professionals Board and the National Council on Problem Gambling.
 

Prevention

Brief Introduction to Problem Gambling Prevention - Start Now! 

As the world of gambling becomes less compartmentalized so too must its prevention efforts. Currently more people gamble per week and per year than ever before. Furthermore, society’s acceptance of and desire to gamble has grown substantially. With the evidence that cross-addiction and co-occurrence is high among problem gamblers, prevention professionals should be positioned with the knowledge and tools to provide gambling prevention education, implement screens and share resources. Attendees will be introduced to the skills needed to incorporate problem gambling information into their currently running prevention programs. 1 credits through the Ohio Counselor, Social Work and Marriage Family Therapist Board, Ohio Chemical Dependency Professionals Board and the National Council on Problem Gambling