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Gambling, Gaming & Technology Use Community of Interest

The Gambling, Gaming & Technology Use Community of Interest brings together addiction and mental health service providers, researchers and subject matter experts in the fields of gambling, technology/Internet use and video gaming to collaborate and share knowledge on emerging trends and clinical best practices.

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Adolescent Problem Gambling

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Our newly released evidence-informed practice web page on adolescent problem gambling discusses the key concepts, latest research and clinical best practices for clients with gambling problems between the ages of 12 to 24 years of age. It also includes handouts tailored for your clients that you can use in your practice. In your experience, what are the specific challenges when treating an adolescent with problem gambling? What resources would help you in providing the best possible care?
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Do you use the Mental Status Examination in your practice?

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Do you use the Mental Status Examination (MSE) in your practice? If so, you'll want to head to our newly released evidence-informed practice web section on the MSE . There, you will find refreshers on what the MSE entails, the latest research on its use and how to apply it to your work with people with gambling problems. You can also find our other evidence-informed practice web sections at https://learn.problemgambling.ca/eip . We also recently offered a webinar on Concurrent Disorders and...
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RCMP Youth Trends Report Fall 2018

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This was forwarded to me, via email, and i am passing it along. There is a lot of great information to help us understand our youth and technology better.
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Have you seen our evidence-informed practice content on Learn.ProblemGambling.ca?

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Have you been to Learn.ProblemGambling.ca/eip lately? We have updated and added new evidence-informed practice content for mental health & addiction service providers on a variety of problem gambling topics, including: Screening & Assessment Mental Status Examination Stages of Change Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy Relapse Prevention Inventory of Gambling Situations Concurrent Disorders Trauma-Informed Care We have also updated and added evidence-informed content on other behavioural...
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Adult Problem Gambling Evidence-informed Web Content

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Just in case you haven't heard, we recently posted a new evidence-informed web section on adult problem gambling . Learn about problem gambling in adults aged 18 years of age and older, the latest research evidence and tips for applying the evidence in your clinical practice. This is part of our evidence-informed practice web content on a variety of topics related to problem gambling and technology use. To read more, visit: https://learn.problemgambling.ca/eip
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Re: Adolescent Problem Gambling

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One more thing I forgot to mention - we also have our latest handbook entitled Adolescent Problem Gambling: A Prevention Guide for Parents now available on our website in both English and French .
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Re: RCMP Youth Trends Report Fall 2018

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This is great, thanks for sharing. I'll be sharing with my networks.
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Webinar Today - Registration is free! ConnexOntario (Discover Mental Health, Addiction and Problem Gambling Services): A brief history and overview.

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So much has transpired in mental health and addictions over the last two years during the COVID-19 pandemic and there is much to learn from our colleagues at ConnexOntario. Anne Counter, Director of System Navigation and Information Services will be taking us through the history of ConnexOntario, providing us a refresher of their services, as well as sharing current data in regards to trends specific to gambling and technology use. We will also learn about the impact of COVID-19 on the...
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Re: Trauma informed care: Nervous system regulation for problem gambling

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This looks like a really interesting webinar coming from a mind-body approach to working with clients. It also connects well to the work of Dr Gabor Mate, who speaks of trauma and addiction.
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**New Evidence-Informed Practice webpage: Using mobile apps to help clients experiencing problematic smartphone use or gambling disorder**

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Looking to support clients with problematic smartphone use or gambling disorder? Read the latest Evidence-Informed practice page by CAMH GGTU: “ Using mobile apps to help clients experiencing problematic smartphone use (PSU) or gambling disorder (GD) ”. This page presents evidence on how mental health and addictions service providers can use mobile apps to better support these populations. It outlines the evidence around: how mobile apps can supplement the data collected from current...
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