Post-traumatic Stress Disorder And Problem Gambling – Free NCRG Webinar On Feb. 8

Dr. Lisa Najavits, Boston University School of Medicine

Register todayfor one of the more popular training sessions that the NCRG has held for clinicians:Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Problem Gambling. This one-hour free webinar, led by Lisa Najavits, Ph.D., professor of psychiatry at Boston University School of Medicine and NCRG Scientific Advisory Board member, will be heldFriday, Feb. 8from2-3 p.m. ESTand participants will receive1 CEUfor their attendance.

As with all addictive behaviors, people who struggle with a gambling disorder tend to have other psychological problems, including depression, anxiety, addictive disorders and more. Clinicians must often be prepared to assess and treat co-occurring psychiatric conditions when treating for gambling disorders.

Dr. Najavits is a leading expert in research and clinical care for trauma, PTSD and substance abuse and developed her evidence-based treatment for PTSD and substance use disorders.

In this free, one-hour webinar, Dr. Najavits will:

  • Comprehensively discuss her research findings on the intersection of PTSD and gambling disorders
  • Explain the ‘Seeking Safety’ treatment approach. This model, which has been used with problem gamblers as well as substance use disorder clients, is a present-focused cognitive-behavioral therapeutic approach offering psychoeducation and coping skills
  • Address additional questions about best practices for co-occurring disorders

To learn more, visit the NCRG’sUpcoming Webinars page. Spots are filling up fast, soregister today!

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