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|Gambling 2013-06-02 Grant-Neuroscience of Gambling Disorder||MD Center on Problem Gambling||A University of Chicago Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience, Dr. Jon Grant’s research focuses on the neurobiology and treatment of impulse control disorders (e.g., gambling, stealing, shopping,sex), obsessive compulsive disorder, and drug addictions.) His presentation opened the 1st Annual Maryland Conference on Problem Gambling in Baltimore, MD.|
|Gambling_2013-06-03 Dr Petry ||MD Center on Problem Gambling||Dr. Nancy Petry earned a PhD from Harvard University in 1994 and has been faculty at University of Connecticut Health Center as a professor of psychiatry.
She presents on her experience serving on the DSM V workgroup for substance use and addictive behaviors.
|Gambling 2013-06-01 Welcome||MD Center on Problem Gambling||The 1st Annual Maryland Conference on Problem Gambling gets underway with a welcome from Rob White, the director of the University of Maryland School of Medicine's Department of Psychiatry, and opening remarks from Gayle Jordan-Randolph, the Deputy Secretary for Behavioral Health at the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.|
|Gambling 2014-01-2 Self-Help and Groups||MD Center on Problem Gambling||Michael Rosen, the Newtork Coordinator of the Maryland Center of Excellence for Problem Gambling, delivers a webinar on self-help groups and programs available to the problem gambler.|
|Gambling-2014-03-1 African American Gambling||MD Center on Problem Gambling||Deborah Haskins, Ph.D., of the Maryland Council on Problem Gambling presents on being more aware and skilled in the area of disordered gambling treatment for the African American community.|
|Gambling_2013-06-04 Kordonoway ACT||MD Center on Problem Gambling||Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for Problem Gamblers
Nita Kordonowy serves as a psychotherapist and addiction specialist at Hazelden. She's worked with the Nevada Council on Problem Gambling, Trimeridian Inc. GamblingTreatment Resources in Las Vegas and currently serves on the Board of Directors for the International Gambling Counselor Certification Board.
|Gambling_2013-06-05_Lancelot-Been There Done That||MD Center on Problem Gambling||Been There Done That: Problem Gambling Recovery For Women - Marilyn Lancelot
Ms. Lancelot is an author of two books on recovery. The first, “Gripped by Gambling,” is a popular story of recovery from compulsive gambling by one of the first women to enter G.A. in Arizona, “and stay.” She’s also one of the Founders of “Women Helping Women” a webpage and newsletter designed to connect women from around the nation to each other as they seek understanding and support in recovery.
|Gambling_2013-06-06 Gambler Chronicles||MD Center on Problem Gambling||Interview with a Gambler: The Gambler Chronicles Christopher Anderson, LMFT Chris is a Marriage and Family Therapist and Forensic specialist in private practice in Chicago. He's the former president of the Illinois Council on Problem Gambling,
|MDCEPG-Youth Gambling 1||MD Center on Problem Gambling||Jeff Deverensky, Ph.D., a professor in the Psychiatry Department at McGill University in Montreal, Canada, delivers a presentation on youth and gambling, focusing on sports betting and the technology and growth of online gambling.|
|MDCEPG-Youth Gambling 2||MD Center on Problem Gambling||Jeff Deverensky, Ph.D., a professor in the Psychiatry Department at McGill University in Montreal, Canada, continues a presentation on youth and gambling, focusing on sports betting and the technology and growth of online gambling.|
|MDCEPG_Ciarrocchi Award 2015||MD Center on Problem Gambling||The Maryland Council on Problem Gambling presents the 2015 Joseph W. Ciarrocchi Award to Eugenia Conolly, M.Ed ADAA.|
|MDCEPG_NCPG Conference July||MD Center on Problem Gambling||Keith Whyte, Executive Director of the National Council on Problem Gambling, visits the Maryland Statewide Conference on Problem Gambling in Columbia on March 4th to talk about the National Conference on Problem Gambling.... to be held for the first time in Maryland July 10 & 11 in Baltimore.|
|MDCPG 1: Dr Fong - CALGETS Pgm||MD Center on Problem Gambling||Dr Tim Fong, Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior at UCLA, presents on the creation and monitoring of the California Gambling Education & Treatment Services Program (CALGETS).|
|MDCPG 2: Volberg -SEIGMA Impact Study||MD Center on Problem Gambling||Dr. Rachel Volberg, the Principal Investigator on the Massachusetts Gambling Commission's Social and Economic Impacts of Gambling in Massachusetts study (SEIGMA)… presents on the partnering needed to develop and implement the study.|
|MDCPG 3: Wuefling-Gambling Fits||MD Center on Problem Gambling||Jim Wuelfing, Owner and Principle Associate of the New England Center, which provides quality training and technical assistance services to the recovery community. He presents on how gambling disorder treatment fits into existing systems of care and support.|
|MDCPG 4: Haskins-Connnecting To Community||MD Center on Problem Gambling||Dr. Deborah Haskins, the President of the Maryland Council on Problem Gambling, presents on integrating a perspective of diversity when treating problem gamblers from different ethnic backgrounds, including socio-economic and faith awareness and sensitivity.|
|MDGCP_2014-01-1_Youth Gambling-alt||MD Center on Problem Gambling||Carl Robertson, Prevention Manager for the Maryland Center of Excellence on Problem Gambling, delivers a webinar on Youth Problem Gambling Prevention & the Smart Choices program.|