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30th National Conference on Problem Gambling

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100+ Presenters
60+ Presentations
36 Breakout Sessions
31 CEUs
6 Plenary Sessions with Distinguished Speakers

4 Tracks:
Treatment

Prevention
Recovery & Community
Responsible Gaming & Regulation


 Main Conference July 15 – 16, 2016
Pre-Conference Workshops July 13 - 14, 2016

Summit on Sports and Gambling, July 13

Westchester Marriott, Tarrytown, NY

Hosted by the New York Council on Problem Gambling


Please join us for this year's National Conference on Problem Gambling in Tarrytown, New York

Along with Jim Maney and Mariangela Milea of the New York Council on Problem Gambling, I would like to invite you to attend the 2016 National Conference on Problem Gambling: Proud of Our Past, Planning Our Future. Our 30th conference is packed with presentations and programs that provide the latest information on problem gambling prevention, education, treatment, responsible gaming, research and recovery. You will hear from more than 100 engaging, informative and thought-provoking presenters. As the State of New York and communities across the country grapple with the impacts of gambling, the conference provides cutting-edge information and extensive networking opportunities to help all stakeholders work towards solutions to minimize harm.

Keith Whyte
Executive Director, National Council on Problem Gambling

About our location

Named by Forbes’ Magazine as one of “America’s Prettiest Towns,” Tarrytown, New York is just 25 miles north of midtown Manhattan. Close to the bright lights of Broadway, and rich in culture, history and charm, Tarrytown is the choice for NCPG’s 30th Anniversary Conference.

Located on the shores of the majestic Hudson River, the historic village of Tarrytown is a lively community with a charming downtown anchored by the 125-year-old Tarrytown Music Hall, our Friday Night Highlight Event venue this year.

Take some time to explore nearby historic homes, including Kykuit: the Rockefeller Estate; the Union Church of Pocantico Hills with stained glass by Henri Matisse; and Washington Irving’s Sunnyside. Yes, Washington Irving, whose The Legend of Sleepy Hollow is set in the village just north of Tarrytown. If you enjoy the outdoors, spend time in the beautiful countryside by visiting the Rockefeller State Park Preserve, or take in the majestic Hudson along the Scenic Hudson Riverwalk.

For more information on all the fascinating and family-friendly outings in and near Tarrytown, please visit: www.hudsonvalley.org and www.tarrytowngov.com.

Pre-Conference July 13 – 14. Opening reception July 14. Main Conference July 15-16.

Conference Attendee Booklet (PDF)
Conference Brochure (PDF)
Registration Form (PDF)
Summit on Sports and Gambling: Speakers & Schedule Ground Transportation Discount Offer
We recommend flying into Westchester County Airport (HPN), but this offer is for service at all four major NYC area airports.
Conference Presenter Bios  Exhibitor and Advertiser Forms
Exhibitor & Advertiser Application (Word)
Exhibitor & Advertiser Application (PDF)
Marriott 3rd Party Audio Visual Order Form (Word)
Marriott Event Credit Card Authorization Form (Word)

Westchester Marriott Hotel Reservations by phone:
call 1-800-882-1042 and ask for the "NCPG Room Block."

Rooms are also available at the Sheraton Tarrytown,
600 White Plains Road (just two doors down from the Marriott).
Please call 914-332-7900 and ask for the NCPG block or book online.
Westchester Marriott Hotel Reservations online: To make your reservations online, please choose from the following:
Tuesday Arrival      Wednesday Arrival 
Thursday Arrival     Friday Arrival


DISCOUNTED ROOM RATES ENDED JUNE 23rd.

* Want to register a group? Please call the NCPG office at 202-547-9204.

 

Thank You to Our Conference Sponsors!

Star Spangled Banner Sponsors
Four Winds Casino Resort  •    IGT  •  Las Vegas Sands Corporation •
MGM Resorts International  •  Mohegan Sun  •  San Manuel Band of Mission Indians
Eagle Sponsors
AGEM
Statue of Liberty Sponsors
Connecticut Lottery  •   Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency  •  The Rational Group
Capitol Sponsors
Caesars Entertainment  •  Delaware North  •  Mescalero Responsible Gaming Program • Minnesota Lottery  •   
New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services  •  New York State Gaming Commission  •  
Responsible Gaming Association of New Mexico  •  Seneca Gaming Corporation  •  United Community and Health Services
50 States Sponsors
Empire City Casino at Yonkers Raceway  •  Empire Resorts, Inc. Georgia Lottery  •  Hoosier Lottery  •  Illinois Lottery  •  
New York Gaming Association  •  Ohio Lottery Commission  •  Project Turnabout  •  Resorts World Casino New York City
We the People Sponsors
Center for Addiction Treatment Education and Recovery  •  Hollywood Casino at Penn National Race Course  •  New Jersey Lottery  •  North Carolina Education Lottery  •  Penn National Gaming Foundation, Inc.  •  Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board
Training Sponsors
APGSA  •   Connecticut Council on Problem Gambling • Maryland Center of Excellence on Problem Gambling  •  
Midwestern Connecticut Council of Alcoholism, Inc.  •  Resorts World Casino New York City

BECOME A SPONSOR - Increase your organization's visibility in a cost-effective way by becoming a sponsor at a level that’s right for you. All sponsorships support the conference and the work of the National Council on Problem Gambling (NCPG). Sponsorships are still available and those received by June 1, 2016 will be acknowledged in the conference attendee booklet.  For more information, download the Sponsorship Levels and Benefits, or contact Barbara Rollins, Deputy Director for Advancement, for more information at 202.547.9204 x25 or BarbaraR@ncpgambling.org.

 


 

Why You Should Attend

Earn up to 31 CEUs in just four days
The two-day Pre-Conference Workshops are a great opportunity for hands-on training in a small group environment while earning up to 16 CEUs. Pre-Conference Workshop topics include: 

• Introductions to Gambling and Problem Gambling
• Evidenced-Based Therapy
• Peer Support
• Cultural Considerations in Therapy
• Self-Care for Therapists
• Responsible Gaming in New York
• Certification Issues
• Problem Gambling Helpline Symposium

The two-day Main Conference (up to 15 CEUs) will feature more than 60 high-quality presentations on:

• Problem gambling prevention, treatment, research, and recovery
• Community and culture
• Responsible gaming, regulatory issues, legislation, and policy
• Public awareness and outreach

The NCPG Conference Committee has applied for Continuing Education approval for: • Gambling Counselors
• Psychologists
• Psychiatrists
• Social Workers
• Licensed Professional Counselors
• Certified Substance Abuse Counselors

Registration includes continental breakfast, lunch and coffee breaks each day, as well as the Thursday Night Welcome Reception.

Keynote Presenter

Jon Kelly headshot DR. JON KELLY  Chief Executive Officer Responsible Gambling Council, Ontario, Canada

Dr. Jon Kelly is a leading expert on play safeguards and problem gambling prevention. Since 1997 he has been CEO of the Responsible Gambling Council. Jon is a graduate of the University of Western Ontario and holds a doctorate from the University of Edinburgh. He has an extensive background in public services and the non-profit sector. In the past, Jon has held several Policy Advisor positions in the Ontario government. He has held positions as Director of Services for Disabled Persons and the first Director of the Ontario’s Provincial Anti-Drug Secretariat.

Plenary Presenters

Bo Bernhard, PhD 

Executive Director, International Gaming Institute & Professor, University of Nevada Las Vegas
Rachel Volberg, PhD 
Research Associate Professor, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Don Feeney 
Research and Planning Director, Minnesota State Lottery
Kahlil Philander, PhD 
Director, Social Responsibility, British Columbia Lottery Corporation
Richard Wood, PhD 
Director, GamTalk; President, GamRes Ltd
Marc Potenza, PhD, MD 
Director, Yale Center of Excellence in Gambling Research; Professor, Yale University School of Medicine
Julie Hynes 
Problem Gambling Prevention Coordinator, Prevention Lane, University of Oregon
Robyn Filler 
Helpline Operations Program Director, Louisiana Association on Compulsive Gambling
Keith Whyte 
Executive Director, National Council on Problem Gambling
Wiley Harwell, NCGC-II
President, National Council on Problem Gambling; Executive Director, Oklahoma Association on Compulsive and Problem Gambling


Friday Highlight Event - July 15

RORY LEDBETTER in A Mind Full of Dopamine  Enjoy the thought-provoking and award-winning solo performance by Rory Ledbetter of A Mind Full of Dopamine – his 55-minute masterful storytelling thrill-ride rocketing you down the dark side of the gambling highway that is based on his own personal journey. We bought out the Tarrytown Music Hall for this special event. Shuttles will pick up you at the Marriott and shepherd you into the heart of the village of Tarrytown. Arriving at the historic Tarrytown Music Hall, which has seen the likes of Mae West, Tony Bennet, and Pete Seeger, you’ll enjoy substantial hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar before the show. After the performance, meet Rory in person while you enjoy coffee and dessert. Then stroll the center of this charming village before catching the shuttle back to the hotel.

6:30 - 9:00 pm 

Ticket Prices: Early Bird – $65 / Regular – $75

Includes round-trip shuttle transportation, pre-show hors d'oeuvres, post-performance dessert and coffee. Shuttles will run continuously between the Marriott and the Music Hall, with final departure from the Music Hall at 10:00pm. PLEASE NOTE: The show includes content matter and language that would not be appropriate for anyone under 13.

Members Total Conference Package

We are pleased to offer NCPG members a great way to save. The Members Total Conference Package consists of

Pre-Conference AND Main Conference registration including
— 4 breakfasts, 4 lunches and 8 networking breaks
— access to over 55 presentations PLUS
Friday Night Highlight Event
ALL FOUR DAYS for only $836!

Save $403! Become a member of NCPG and you’ll be eligible to purchase the Total Conference Package.

JOIN NOW! 
Step 1: Sign up for NCPG Membership. 
Step 2:Complete your registration.
Individual Membership dues start at $35. Renewing members may add the tax-deductible annual NCPG membership to their registration.

Corporate Memberships are also available for organizations, starting at $1,750 for nonprofits and government agencies, with benefits for designated individuals included.

Questions? Call NCPG at 202.547.9204 or visit www.ncpgambling.org/joinnow. 
Must purchase Total Conference Package by Early Bird deadline of May 16, 2016.

Enjoy the benefits of Membership!

Stay informed on the latest developments in the problem gambling and responsible gambling fields, and have a voice in Washington on this important issue! New 3-year memberships give added convenience and value with a 10% discount! Counselors can choose to renew membership at the same time as certification. Your membership can start at any time and runs for 12 months. Save up to $250 on your registration!

Individuals

Individual Member    One Year $75    Three Years $202.50    Lifetime $1350
Benefits
– NCPG’s quarterly Newsletter
– Membership certificate suitable for display
– Bi-monthly subscription (opt in) to Addiction Professional
– Discount (currently $100) on NCGC Exam fee
– Discount on NCPG conference registration (currently $100—your membership pays for itself!)
– Opportunity to submit articles to be published in the NCPG newsletter nationwide
– Lifetime: You’ll never have to wonder whether you renewed and your membership dues will never go up. Make an extraordinary commitment!

Individual Plus Member   One Year $100    Three Years $270
Benefits
All the benefits of the Individual Membership, plus subscription to International Gambling Studies, peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal in gambling studies (value $133). Your membership pays for itself!

Honored Senior Member $65
All the benefits of the Individual Membership for those at least 65 years of age who are not the designated representative for an Organization or Affiliate. Photo I.D. showing date of birth required.

Student Member$35
All the benefits of the Individual Membership, and:
– May submit Master’s theses or Doctoral dissertations for annual awards
– Special opportunities to network with leaders in the field
– Must provide proof of full-time enrollment

Organizations

Organizational Membership is for corporations and other businesses as well as nonprofit organizations and government agencies, including Tribal entities, which receive a substantial discount. Depending on the level chosen, a number of staff or Board members are entitled to Individual Memberships as part of the benefits.
Benefits
– Public recognition in the NCPG website, quarterly newsletter, annual report and National Conference
– Membership certificate suitable for display
– NCPG communications to stay informed, as well as (opt in) subscriptions to Addiction Professional and International Gambling Studies
– Individual Plus Membership benefits for Designated Representative and individuals (see above)

Organization/Corporation Non-Profit/Government Agency # Individual Plus Membership Benefits
Platinum Member $10,000 $7,000 10
Gold Member $5,000 $3,500 5
Silver Member $2,500 $1,750 3

 

Student Rate

NCPG is pleased to offer a discounted rate of $204 to the two-day Main Conference for full-time students (6 credits Graduate/9 credits Undergraduate) who register by May 16, 2016. The student rate does NOT include continuing education units (CEUs) and students must provide proof of full-time enrollment with registration.

2016 Registration Deadlines

Early Registration deadline is Monday, May 16, 2016. Regular registration rates begin on Tuesday, May 17th. 
Regular Registration deadline is Friday, July 1.
Late registration rates begin on July 2. Registration must be received online or in the NCPG office by midnight Friday, July 1st to avoid the additional $100 late/on-site registration fee. Help us keep costs down by completing your registration as early as possible!

LIABILITY AND IMAGE RELEASE AND WAIVER
ALL ATTENDEES MUST SIGN THIS WAIVER!
By registering for this 2016 National Conference on Problem Gambling, the registrant hereby waives and releases NCPG and its officers, directors, employees, agents, and insurers, from any and all claims, demands, actions, causes of action and rights, (contingent, accrued, inchoate, or otherwise), which may arise out of, or in connection with, the participant’s assumption of risks by attending or participating in any or all events and/or activities engaged in by the registrant while attending the conference, whether such claim is based upon NCPG’s active or passive negligence or otherwise.In addition, the registrant agrees to defend and hold NCPG harmless from and against any and all claims, liabilities, expenses, damages, losses, causes of action, and suits (including, without limitation, attorneys’ fees and costs) arising out of, or any way related to, the registrant’s attendance at the above-referenced conference and/or any activity engaged in by the registrant while attending the conference, whether such claim is based upon NCPG’s active or passive negligence or otherwise.The registrant hereby gives permission to NCPG to use any photographs, videos, and/or audio recordings of the registrant for promotional materials, without expectation of compensation, including, but not limited to, any royalties, proceeds, and/or other benefits derived from such photographs, videos, or audio recordings.
Your online registration will include a check box to serve as a signature; the pdf of the registration form includes a digital signature box; or sign in the space provided on the printed registration form.

Pre-Conference and Conference Registration

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Registration Options Description Early Bird through May 16 Regular May 17 - July 1
 Member  Non-Member  Member Non-Member
Total Conference Package - Members Only Access to all sessions and all networking events! Pre-Conference, Main Conference, Highlight Event $836 N/A N/A N/A
Pre-Conf + Main Conf Combo - All Days Wed 7/13 - Sat 7/16 $810 $910 $1,064 $1,164
One Day/Two Day Conf Combo Pre-Conf One Day + Main Conf Both Days $710  $810 $964  $1,064
Two Day/One Day Conf Combo  Pre-Conf Both Days + Main Conf One Day  $700 $700 $904 $904
One Day/One Day Conf Combo Pre-Conf One Day + Main Conf One Day $600 $600 $804 $804
Pre-Conference ONLY - Both Days Wed 7/13 AND Thu 7/14 $386 $386 $489 $489
Pre-Conference ONLY - One Day Wed 7/13 OR Thu 7/14 $286 $286 $389 $389
Main Conference ONLY - Both Days Fri 7/15 AND Sat 7/16 $424 $524 $575 $675
Main Conference ONLY - One Day Fri 7/15 OR Sat 7/16 $314 $314 $415 $415
Student - Main Conference Both Days Fri 7/15 - Sat 7/16, no CEUs awarded $204 $204 $305 $305
Guest Meals - Pre-Conf both days MEALS ONLY, no sessions included $238 $238 $287 $287
Guest Meals - Main Conf both days MEALS ONLY, no sessions included $318 $318 $367 $367

Cancellation Policies

Conference registration fee
Registrations cancelled on or before April 15, 2016 will receive a refund of the conference registration fee, less an $80 administrative fee. Cancellations occurring between April 16 and May 16 will be refunded 50% of the conference registration fee.
Cancellation requests
Cancellation requests must be made in writing and must identify the registrant’s name, email address, billing address and amount paid.
Registration substitution — Available to NCPG Members Only .
Registrant substitutions of equal price (from member to member) will be accepted only with the written permission of the original registrant. Substitution requests will not be accepted after Friday, June 24. Substitution requests must come from the original registrant and include a copy of the receipt, the original registrant’s email, billing address, full name and amount paid, plus the replacement attendee’s email, full name, and membership ID number. Send registration substitution requests to LissaC@ncpgambling.org.

Recovery Support

NCPG supports attendees in recovery from gambling addiction. Attendees should be aware that the conference contains considerable gambling content and imagery that may be a trigger for those with gambling problems. We encourage all attendees to take advantage of all these supports to have a positive and productive experience at our conference:
• Gamblers Anonymous & Gam-Anon meetings are available onsite.
• A Relaxation Room is set aside for quiet contemplation and a variety of relaxation activities for those experiencing stress.
• National Helpline information is posted in the conference materials, throughout the sessions and in the relaxation room.
• Recovery Ambassadors will be onsite throughout the conference. They are volunteers from the NCPG Recovery Committee who offer their experience with addiction and recovery as a resource for all conference attendees.

Pre-Conference Schedule

*Schedule and Presentations Subject to Change
Title of Presentation Presenter Session Type Date Time Track
Using Measures to Inform Diagnostic Assessment and Evaluate Treatment Outcomes in Problem Gamblers Rory Reid Pre-Conference Workshop Wednesday July 13 8:00am - Noon Treatment
Peers: How to get a good one Shirley Hoak Pre-Conference Workshop Wednesday July 13 8:00am - Noon Recovery & Community
IGCCB Certification Workshop Jeff Beck & Lori Rugle Pre-Conference Workshop Wednesday July 13 8:00am - Noon Treatment
Summit on Sports and Gambling - Part One TBD Pre-Conference Workshop Wednesday July 13 8:00am - Noon Responsible Gaming & Regulation
Southeast Asian & Somali Cultural Considerations: Policy to Clinical Application
Sheryl Anderson
Pre-Conference Workshop Wednesday July 13 1:00pm - 5:00pm Treatment
Taking Care of the Caretakers Gary Lange Pre-Conference Workshop Wednesday July 13 1:00pm - 5:00pm  Treatment
Summit on Sports and Gambling - Part Two TBD Pre-Conference Workshop Wednesday July 13 1:00pm - 5:00pm Responsible Gaming & Regulation
Building A Strong Network of Gambling Counselors Jennifer Davis-Walton Pre-Conference Workshop Thursday July 14 8:00am - Noon Treatment
Gambling, Gaming and Fantasy Sports - the Holy Trinity of Fun Kirk Moberg Pre-Conference Workshop Thursday July 14 8:00am - Noon Treatment
Crafting Your Problem Gambling and Responsible Gambling For Success in the Field Robert Williams Pre-Conference Workshop Thursday July 14 8:00am - Noon Responsible Gaming & Regulation
An Introduction to Problem Gambling Don Feeney Pre-Conference Workshop Thursday July 13 1:30pm - 5:30pm Responsible Gaming & Regulation
Treatment that Works: Evidenced Based Treatment for Gambling Disorder Heather Chapman Pre-Conference Workshop Thursday July 13 1:30pm - 5:30pm Treatment
Helpline Symposium Helpline Committee Pre-Conference Workshop Thursday July 13 1:30pm - 5:30pm Treatment


Main Conference Schedule

*Schedule and Presentations Subject to Change
Title of Presentation Presenter Session Type Date Time Track
Friday Keynote Jon Kelly Keynote Friday, July 15 9:00am - 10:30am
The Tech-Savvy Prevention Professional Amanda Burke Prevention Showcase Friday, July 15 10:30am - Noon Prevention
Bank On Your Future: Problem Gambling and Financial Literacy Rayallen Bergman Prevention Showcase Friday, July 15 10:30am - Noon Prevention
Been There, Done That, Found Recovery: Utilizing Peers in Outreach Work Jeff Marotta Prevention Showcase Friday, July 15 10:30am - Noon Prevention
Birth of a Problem Gambling Awareness Campaign Stacey Frohnapfel-Hasson Prevention Showcase Friday, July 15 10:30am - Noon Prevention
Stacking the Cards Against Problem Gambling Michael Chevalier Prevention Showcase Friday, July 15 10:30am - Noon Prevention
The Asian Pacific American Ambassador Program: Model for Community Change Mui Mui Hin McCormick Prevention Showcase Friday, July 15 10:30am - Noon Prevention
YOU(th) Decide: Underage Gambling Prevention in New York State Jaime Costello Prevention Showcase Friday, July 15 10:30am - Noon Prevention
Problem Gambling Services in New York State: Successes and Struggles Rebecca Cooper Breakout Session Friday, July 15 11:00am - Noon Treatment
Advocacy to the Gaming Floor: A Comprehensive Response to Expanded Gambling in Massachusetts Marlene Warner Breakout Session Friday, July 15 11:00am - Noon Prevention
Subtyping as a Framework for Problem Gambling Assessment and Treatment David Ledgerwood Breakout Session Friday, July 15 11:00am - Noon Treatment
Gambling Recovery 101 Jeff Beck Breakout Session Friday, July 15 11:00am - Noon Responsible Gaming & Regulation
Supporting Gaming Workers: Programs and Outcomes Rebecca Bouchard Breakout Session Friday, July 15 11:00am - Noon Treatment
NCPG National Awards Lunch Awards Committee Lunch Friday July 15 Noon - 1:30 PM
GA 101: Moving Past Your Client's Reluctance Heather Chapman Breakout Session Friday July 15 1:30pm - 2:30pm Treatment
Let's Keep the Conversation Going Robert Williams Breakout Session Friday July 15 1:30pm - 2:30pm Responsible Gaming & Regulation
Engaging Faith Based and Community Leaders in Gambling Recovery Gregory Krausz Breakout Session Friday July 15 1:30pm - 2:30pm Recovery & Community
Best of Both Worlds: Integrating Relational Models into Problem Gambling Treatment Teresa McDowell Breakout Session Friday July 15 1:30pm - 2:30pm Treatment
The Intersection of Prevention in All of Our Work Julie Hynes Symposium Friday July 15 1:30pm - 2:30pm Treatment
Gambling Pathways Questionnaire (GPQ) and Clinical Treatment: Tailoring Assessment to Client Etiology Lia Nower Breakout Session Friday July 15 2:45pm - 3:45pm Treatment
Exploring the Legal Aspects of Self-Exclusion Programs Katherine Hanna Breakout Session Friday July 15 2:45pm - 3:45pm Responsible Gaming & Regulation
Fantasy Sports Elizabeth McCall Breakout Session Friday July 15 2:45pm - 3:45pm Prevention
Community and Outreach Interventions Provide Positive Outcomes for Disordered Gambling Sarah Ramanauskas Breakout Session Friday July 15 2:45pm - 3:45pm Recovery & Community
Responsible Gaming Planning: Selected Commercial Casinos Report Nanette Horner Breakout Session Friday July 15 2:45pm - 3:45pm Responsible Gaming & Regulation
Online Problem Gambling Tools Robyn Filler & Richard Wood Plenary Panel Friday July 15 4:15pm - 5:15pm
What I've Learned: Three Giants Bo Bernard PED Talk Friday July 15 5:15pm - 5:30pm
Generations and Gambling Don Feeney PED Talk Friday July 15 5:30pm - 5:45pm
Saturday Keynote
Keynote Saturday July 16 9:00am - 10:00am
Developments in Treatment Marc Potenza PED Talk Saturday July 16 10:00am - 10:15am Community & Culture
Gambling as Social Domination Rachel Volberg PED Talk Saturday July 16 10:15am - 10:30am
The Efficacy of Cognitive-Motivational Behavior Therapy for Gambling Disorder Edelgard Wulfert Breakout Session Saturday July 16 11:00am - Noon Treatment
Responsible Gambling Regulation in the US--Basis In...? Nanette Horner Breakout Session Saturday July 16 11:00am - Noon Responsible Gaming & Regulation
The Inclusion of Problem Gambling in DSM-III and Creation of the IDNEC (Impulse Disorders Not Elsewhere Classified) Category Richard Rosenthal Breakout Session Saturday July 16 11:00am - Noon Treatment
Social Gaming and Social Casino Gambling: Should We Be Worried? Jeffrey Derevensky Breakout Session Saturday July 16 11:00am - Noon Recovery & Community
Prevention in the Recovery Community: Working with Teens in Recovery Amanda Poggenburg Breakout Session Saturday July 16 11:00am - Noon Prevention
Saturday Lunch Plenary: Interview with Rory Ledbetter Wiley Harwell Plenary Saturday July 16 Noon - 1:00pm
Treatment for Female Gamblers: A Workbook and Webinar Effectiveness Pilot Roberta Boughton Breakout Session Saturday July 16 1:30pm - 2:15pm Treatment
Everything You Wanted to Know about PGAM Kristin West Breakout Session Saturday July 16 1:30pm - 2:15pm Prevention
Underage Gambling Prevention: Ready Set Go Jamie Costello Breakout Session Saturday July 16 1:30pm - 2:15pm Prevention
Gender Differences in Treatment Seeking British Pathological Gamblers Henrietta Bowden-Jones Breakout Session Saturday July 16 1:30pm - 2:15pm Recovery & Community
Legal Status of Daily Fantasy Sports Betting and Consumer Protections Joe Kelly Breakout Session Saturday July 16 1:30pm - 2:15pm Responsible Gaming & Regulation
Strategies for Increased Support for Problem Gambling Prevention/Treatment Programs Patrick Kelly Breakout Session Saturday July 16 2:30pm - 3:15pm Prevention
Point of Contact Mary Parker Breakout Session Saturday July 16 2:30pm - 3:15pm Responsible Gaming & Regulation
Betting On Our Future: All In & Not Alone Jim Kooler Breakout Session Saturday July 16 2:30pm - 3:15pm Prevention
Gamblers Anonymous: The Recovery Tool Roger Olsen Breakout Session Saturday July 16 2:30pm - 3:15pm Recovery & Community
 Postive Play Richard Wood Breakout Session Saturday July 16 2:30pm - 3:15pm Treatment
Iowa Gambling Treatment Outcomes: Recovery Support Services Ki Park Breakout Session Saturday July 16 3:45pm - 4:45pm Treatment
 Self-Exclusion 3.0 Marlene Warner Breakout Session Saturday July 16 3:45pm - 4:45pm Responsible Gaming & Regulation
Risky Business: A Gambling Prevention Program for Juvenile Justice-Involved Youth Judson Workman Breakout Session Saturday July 16 3:45pm - 4:45pm Prevention
Improving Access to Behavioral Health Care for Gamblers in Crisis
Breakout Session Saturday July 16 3:45pm - 4:45pm Recovery & Community
Responsible Gambling Assessment & Verification Programs Malcolm Bruce Breakout Session Saturday July 16 3:45pm - 4:45pm Responsible Gaming & Regulation
Future of the Field Don Feeney, Keith Whyte, Bo Bernhard, Kahlil Philander, Marc Potenza, Julie Hynes Closing Panel Saturday July 16 4:45pm - 5:45pm
 

Poster Presentations

*Schedule and Presentations Subject to Change
Title of Presentation Presenter Session Type Date Time Track
Gambling Training for Providers: Is It Worth It? Elizabeth Mulvaney Poster Presentation Friday July 15 10:30am - 11:00am Treatment
Longitudinal Impact of a New Casino on Gambling Behavior Haley Miles-McLean Poster Presentation Friday July 15 3:45pm - 4:15pm Recovery & Community
Youth Access to Gambling: Compliance Checks and Type II Gaming  Desiree Reynolds Poster Presentation Friday July 15 3:45pm - 4:15pm Prevention
Exploring Experimental Functional Analyses for Gambling Alyssa Wilson Poster Presentation Saturday July 16 10:30am - 11:00am Treatment
The Basics of Problem Gambling Prevention and Treatment Amanda Burke Poster Presentation Saturday July 16 10:30am - 11:00am Prevention
Screening Veterans for Gambling Disorder: Instrument Comparisons and Clinical Implications Lauren Levy Poster Presentation Saturday July 16 3:45pm - 4:15pm Prevention
The Effects of Advertising on Current Gambling Treatment Populations Jerry Bauerkemper Poster Presentation Saturday July 16 3:45pm - 4:15pm Treatment


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