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This 15-hour course provides knowledge of gambling and problem gambling; problem gambling prevalence rates statewide and nationally; five types of gamblers; profiles of problem gamblers: men vs. women; escape vs. skill-based gambler distinctions; progression for problem gamblers and spouses; phases of problem gambling; warning signs of problem gambling; review of problem gambling diagnosis from DSM-IV; basic review of available services throughout New York State including treatment, prevention and self-help; basic knowledge of gambling venues; and special populations and their gambling practices.
Problem Gambling Specialty Credential
In order to gain the Gambling Specialty designation, students must be a CASAC in good standing who meet specific work experience. A Gambling Specialty Designation form must be completed and submitted to OASAS' Credentialing Unit upon completion of the 60-hour Problem Gambling Core Curriculum Treatment Track. For more information go to the OASAS website: www.oasas.ny.gov/mis/forms/pds/documents/PDS-37.pdf
|Start Date||End Date||Days||Start Time - End Time||Sessions||Total Hours||Semester|
|Sat, Mar 3, 2018||Sat, Mar 17||Sat||9:00 AM - 2:00 PM||3||15||Spring|
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- This course section does not require any books.
- This course section does not require any supplies.