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31st National Conference on Problem Gambling

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EXPERT speakers—100+ presenters!
EXTENSIVE networking opportunities!
EXPERIENTIAL Pre-Conference Workshops!
ENJOY Portland—one of America’s top ranked cities!
EARN up to 30 CEUs in just 4 days!
EXCEPTIONAL value—$28 per CEU!


4 Tracks:
Treatment
Prevention
Community & Recovery
Responsible Gaming & Regulation

Main Conference July 21 – 22, 2017
Pre-Conference Workshops July 19 - 20, 2017
DoubleTree by Hilton Portland, Oregon

Hosted by the Oregon Council on Problem Gambling

On behalf of our hosts, Dr. Tom Moore and the Oregon Council on Problem Gambling, as well as our incredible sponsors, including the Oregon State Lottery and Oregon Health Authority, I would like to invite you to attend our 31st National Conference on Problem Gambling. You will find a mix of presenters, sessions, networking and social events that are unmatched in depth, content and value. The conference spans the problem gambling and responsible gaming fields and brings together everyone to “Listen, Learn and Lead!” Portland, Oregon is consistently ranked as one of America’s best cities for—among other things—summer travel, food and dining, libations and coffee, good living and leisure. I look forward to seeing you in Portland this summer!

Keith Whyte Executive Director, National Council on Problem Gambling

ABOUT PORTLAND, OREGON
Portland, Oregon is located in the beautiful Willamette Valley at the confluence of the Willamette and Columbia Rivers. The city, affectionately spoofed in the cable television hit “Portlandia” for its quirkiness, has a small town homey feel that permeates its big city reality.
 

Portland finds a place in the top ten ratings for everything from food and drink to “being green” sustainability, and livable, walkable neighborhoods. Attendees will find that the city also offers them a reason to stay on for a few extra days to enjoy the Northwest hospitality and abundance of things to do. Cultural and recreational activities abound. Whether visitors are interested in hiking Portland’s in-house wilderness of Forest Park, sampling fine food or grazing at local food carts, skiing the glacier of Mt. Hood, viewing the wonders of the Columbia Gorge or strolling on the sandy (publicly-owned) beaches at the coast, Portland and the surrounding areas present a host of opportunities to every visitor.

A unique place for a meeting, Portland offers great culture and memorable meals with no side order of sales tax! For more information, go to www.travelportland.com.

Pre-Conference July 19 – 20. Opening reception July 20. Main Conference July 21-22.

Click here to register

Conference Brochure (PDF) Registration Form (fillable PDF)
DoubleTree by Hilton Portland reservations by phone: 
call 1-800-996-0510 and ask for the "NCPG Room Block."
DISCOUNTED ROOM RATES END JUNE 24th.
DoubleTree by Hilton Portland reservations
online: bit.ly/NCPG-2017-DoubleTree
DISCOUNTED ROOM RATES END JUNE 24th.
Want to register a group for the Conference? 
Please call the NCPG office at 202-547-9204.
Exhibitor and Advertiser Forms
Exhibitor & Advertiser Application (Word)
Exhibitor & Advertiser Application (PDF)
DoubleTree by Hilton Exhibitor Order Form (Word)


Thank You to Our Conference Sponsors!

Presenting Partners
Oregon Health Authority  •  Oregon State Lottery
Star Spangled Banner Sponsors
IGT  •  Las Vegas Sands Corporation •
MGM Resorts International  •  San Manuel Band of Mission Indians
Eagle Sponsors
AGEM   •   Mohegan Sun
Statue of Liberty Sponsors
Connecticut Lottery  •   Four Winds Casino Resort  •   Virginia Lottery
Capitol Sponsors
Aristocrat Technologies, Inc.  •  Caesars Entertainment  •  Delaware North Gaming  •  
Dotty's  •   Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency  •  Minnesota State Lottery  •  
Ohio Lottery Commission  •  Play+  •  Rational Group  •  Resorts World Casino New York City  •  
Responsible Gaming Association of New Mexico  •   Wyoming Lottery Corporation  •  
50 States Sponsors
Bridgeway Recovery Services  •  Empire Resorts, Inc.  •  Georgia Lottery  •  
Hoosier Lottery  •  Idaho Lottery  •  Illinois Lottery  •  
Mescalero Responsible Gaming Program   •  
New Jersey Lottery  •  
Project Turnabout   •   Resorts World Casino New York City

We the People Sponsors
Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation  •  Florida House Experience  •  Gaming Laboratories International, LLC  •  
Hollywood Casino at Penn National Race Course  •  Missouri Lottery  •  Montana Lottery  •  
North Carolina Education Lottery  •  
Penn National Gaming Foundation, Inc.  •  Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board
Training Sponsors
APGSA  •   Maryland Center of Excellence on Problem Gambling

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, 2017 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.
 

Who Should Attend

• Substance abuse counselors
• Mental health treatment providers
• Gambling counselors
• Social workers
• Researchers
• Prevention providers
• Public policymakers
• Gaming industry professionals
• Lottery staff
• Gambling regulators
• Physicians
• Psychologists
• Students
• Those in recovery as well as their family members
• Anyone interested in learning about problem gambling

The NCPG Conference Committee has applied for Continuing Education approval for: 

• Gambling Counselors
• Social Workers
• Substance Abuse Counselors
• Psychologists

Friday Night Highlight Event - July 21st 6-9pm

This networking and educational event for ALL AGES includes round-trip shuttle transportation, scrumptious hors d’oeuvres at Theory, and admission to OMSI and their much anticipated Pompeii Exhibit! 


OREGON MUSEUM OF SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY

One of the nation’s leading science museums, OMSI is 219,000 square feet of brain-powered fun. Five enormous halls bring science to life with hundreds of interactive exhibits and displays on technology, engineering, biology, environmental science, and astronomy. The museum is centrally located on the east bank of the Willamette River, and serves over 1-million visitors at the museum and through off-site education programs. With good weather, we will enjoy the outdoor terrace as well!


THEORY

Theory, OMSI’s restaurant and reception space, reinvents the dining experience and invites guests inside the kitchen. Executive Chef Kit Zhu and his team present honest ingredients, food sources and cooking techniques to delight the tastes of visitors of all ages. The open and airy eatery witha prized riverfront view is a destination in its own right. 

POMPEII: THE EXHIBITION

On August 24, 79 A.D., the Roman city of Pompeii was destroyed by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius, burying everything in its path for more than 1600 years. The Vesuvius eruption that spewed searing hot ash not only obliterated the city, but ironically preserved its people and treasures, freezing them in a volcanic time capsule now revealed in the west coast premiere of this exhibition. This exhibition features 150 precious artifacts on loan from the unparalleled collection of the Naples National Archaeological Museum in Italy, including wall-sized frescos, marble and bronze sculptures, jewelry, ancient Roman coins, and full body casts of the volcano’s victims.



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 registrations including 4 breakfasts, 4 lunches, 8 networking breaks AND the Friday Night Highlight Event!
ALL FOUR DAYS for only $849!

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 midnight May 15, 2017.

Membership Types, Levels & Benefits

INDIVIDUAL PLUS $100
Includes all the benefits of the Individual membership, with the addition of a subscription to International Gambling Studies (value $147), a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal in gambling studies.
INDIVIDUAL PLUS 3-YEARS $270 
Includes all the benefits of Individual Plus for 3 years (30% discount). 

INDIVIDUAL $75
Includes full voting rights, the NCPG Newsletter, member certificate, bi-monthly subscription to Addiction Professional, discounts on exam and conference registration (save $100 or more).
INDIVIDUAL 3-YEARS $202.50 
Includes all the benefits of Individual for 3 years (30% discount). 

INDIVIDUAL LIFETIME $1,350 
Make an extraordinary committment! Includes all the benefits of the Individual Membership for life - your dues will never go up and you'll never have to wonder whether your dues are current - just 'set it and forget it.' Payment plans available, tax-deductible as allowed by law.

HONORED SENIOR $65 
A special “$65 at 65” membership fee for those at least 65 years of age who are not the designated representative for an Affiliate or Organization. You’ll receive all the benefits of the Individual membership with special savings. Must provide photo I.D. with date of birth. 
STUDENT $35 
Includes full voting rights, the NCPG Newsletter, a special “Student Rate” for conference registration, the opportunity to submit Master’s theses and Doctoral dissertations for annual awards and special opportunities to learn from and network with leaders in the field. Must provide proof of full-time enrollment. 

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 15, 2017. The student rate does NOT include continuing education units (CEUs) and students must provide proof of full-time enrollment with registration.


2017 Registration Deadlines

Early Registration deadline is midnight Monday, May 15, 2017. Regular registration rates begin on Tuesday, May 16. Regular Registration deadline is midnight Sunday, July 9. Late registration rates begin on Monday, July 10. Registration must be received online or in the NCPG office by midnight Sunday, July 9 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 2017 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

Click Here to Register Now! Preview your registration options and pricing below.

 


 
Registration Options Description Early Bird through
May 15
Regular
 May 16 -  July 9
Total Conference Package - Members Only Access to all sessions and all networking events! Pre-Conference, Main Conference, Highlight Event $849 N/A
Pre-Conference July 19-20 Pre-Conference, both days, Wednesday AND Thursday $386 $489
Pre-Conference July 19 ONLY Pre-Conference, Wednesday ONLY $286 $389
Pre-Conference July 20 ONLY Pre-Conference, Thursday ONLY $286 $389
Main Conference
Member Rate
July 21-22
Main Conference, both days, Friday AND Saturday
Members and Co-Presenters rate
$424 $575
Main Conference
Non-member Rate
July 21-22

Main Conference, both days, Friday AND Saturday
Non-Members rate
$524 $675
Main Conference Student Rate
July 21-22

Main Conference, both days, Friday AND Saturday
Student rate (No CEUs awarded, must provide proof of full-time enrollment at time of registration)
$204 $305
Main Conference July 21 ONLY Main Conference Friday ONLY $314 $415
Main Conference July 22 ONLY Main Conference Saturday ONLY 314 $415
Guest Meals - Pre Conf Meals ONLY, Wednesday and Thursday, no sessions included $238 $287
Guest Meals - Main Conf Meals ONLY, Friday and Saturday, no sessions included $318 $367
Friday Night Highlight Event - Adult (14 & up) Transportation to the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry, scrumptious hors d'oeuvres and admission to Pompeii Exhibition $70 $81
Friday Night Highlight Event - Youth (3-13) Transportation to the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry, scrumptious hors d'oeuvres and admission to Pompeii Exhibition
$62 $73

Cancellation Policies

Conference registration fee
Registrations cancelled on or before April 14, 2017 will receive a refund of the conference registration fee, less an $80 administrative fee. Cancellations occurring between April 15 and May 15 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 Saturday, 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
ICGC-II – What About the Family? Sheryl Anderson;  Sarah Sense-Wilson; Isabelle Duguay
Pre-Conference Workshop Wednesday July 19, 8:00am - Noon Treatment
Summit on Sports and Gambling - Part One Will Green; Ryan Rodenberg; Bill Pascrell; Michelle Minton; Mark Strothkamp; Julie Hynes
Pre-Conference Workshop Wednesday July 19 8:00am - Noon Responsible Gaming & Regulation
Improving Communication in Problem Gambling Families
Bonnie Lee, PhD
Pre-Conference Workshop Wednesday July 19 1:00pm - 5:00pm Treatment
Summit on  Sports and Gamblng - Part Two Brett Abarbanel; Daniel Shapiro; Elizabeth Cronan; Marlene Warner; Dustin Gouker; Angie Wong; Keith Miller
Pre-Conference Workshop Wednesday July 19 1:00pm - 5:00pm  Responsible Gaming & Regulation
Feedback Informed Treatment Heather Chapman, PhD, ICGC II, BACC Pre-Conference Workshop Thursday July 20 8:00am - Noon Treatment
Building a Statewide Prevention System Stacey Frohnapfel-Hasson; Judson Workman; Derek Longmeier Pre-Conference Workshop Thursday July 20 8:00am - Noon Prevention
Awareness of Disordered Gambling in the Criminal Justice System Shirley Hoak, JD, ICGC II; Scott Melissa Pre-Conference Workshop Thursday July 20 8:00am - Noon Community & Recovery
Helpline Symposium Robyn Filler Pre-Conference Workshop Thursday July 20 8:00am - Noon Prevention
Gambling Disorder and Professional Burnout Jim Walsh, PhD, BACC; Jeffrey Wasserman Pre-Conference Workshop Thursday July 20 1:30pm - 5:30pm Treatment
The ACT Matrix: A Powerful Relapse Prevention Tool Rick Berman Pre-Conference Workshop Thursday July 20 1:30pm - 5:30pm Treatment
Tools & Tips For Working with Seniors, Minorities and Other Populations
Phillip Yassenoff; Michael Braxton; Juanita Bradley; Peter Walsh; Jamaica Imani-Nelson; Roy Lara; Jose Garcia; Victor Leo; Ami Hsu-Lee
Pre-Conference Workshop Thursday July 20 1:30pm - 5:30pm Community & Recovery






Main Conference Schedule

*Schedule and Presentations Subject to Change

Understanding and Supporting Multiple Pathways to Recovery

Title of Presentation Presenter Session Type Date Time Track
Results of NCPG/APGSA 2016 National Survey of Problem Gambling Services Jeff Marotta, PhD
Keynote Friday, July 21 9:00am - 10:00am
Some Thoughts on Helping People Change Heather Chapman, PhD, ICGC II, BACC PED Talk Friday, July 21 10:00am - 10:15am
Play My Way: Using Customizable Technology to Advance Responsible Gaming Mark Vander Linden
PED Talk Friday, July 21 10:15am - 10:30am
Evaluation of Gambling Education Awareness for Senior Citizens Jennifer Ely

Prevention Showcase Friday, July 21
10:30am - Noon
Prevention
Youth Gambling Prevention Mina Hazar 

Prevention Showcase Friday, July 21
10:30am - Noon
Prevention
Making the Most of Your Resources
Roxann Jones

Prevention Showcase Friday, July 21 10:30am - Noon Prevention
BOOF [Betting on Our Future] Jim Kooler

Prevention Showcase Friday, July 21
10:30am - Noon
Prevention
Gambling With Your Future Judy McCormick, PhD

Prevention Showcase Friday, July 21
10:30am - Noon
Prevention

Gambling Disorder Treatment: Attunement to Multicultural Issues

Mayumi Okuda, MD; Luis Segura; Deborah G Haskins, PhD, ICGC-II Breakout Session Friday, July 21 11:00am - Noon Treatment
Creation and Implementation of the Responsible Advertising Directive and Code of Conduct Herbert Beck Breakout Session Friday, July 21 11:00am - Noon Responsible Gaming & Regulation

10 years of treatment & recovery at Kangwon Land Addiction Care Center

Yong-Keun Kim; Hye-Mi Hong
Breakout Session Friday, July 21 11:00am - Noon Community & Recovery

Longitudinal Evaluation Results from British Columbia’s Voluntary Self-Exclusion Program

Amanda McCormick, PhD; Irwin Cohen, PhD; Garth Davies, PhD

Breakout Session Friday, July 21 11:00am - Noon Responsible Gaming & Regulation





NCPG National Awards Lunch - Honoring Organizations and Individuals for Their Work in 2016 Awards Committee Lunch Friday July 21
Noon - 1:30 PM

Working with Families in Problem Gambling Treatment

Teresa McDowell, Ed.D; Rick Berman; Julio Iniguez

Breakout Session Friday July 21
1:30pm - 2:25pm
Treatment

Business Case for Responsible Gaming Training

Stacy Shaw Breakout Session Friday July 21
1:30pm - 2:25pm
Responsible Gaming & Regulation

Facing the Social and Public Health Impact of Gambling

Rachel Volberg, PhD; Lori Rugle, PhD, ICGC-II, BACC

Breakout Session Friday July 21 1:30pm - 2:25pm Community & Recovery

Looking for a Road Map? What we can learn from substance abuse prevention

Judith Mezey Breakout Session Friday July 21 1:30pm - 2:25pm Prevention

Analytics and Harm Minimization in Gambling

Simo Dragicevic Breakout Session Friday July 21
1:30pm - 2:25pm

Early Dropouts Among Those Being Treated for Gambling Disorder

Michael D. Campos, PhD; Richard J. Rosenthal, MD

Breakout Session Friday July 21
2:35pm - 3:30pm
Treatment

GameSense: A new brand of casino customer service

Mark Vander Linden; Teresa Fiore; Marlene Warne Breakout Session Friday July 21
2:35pm - 3:30pm
Responsible Gaming & Regulation

Extreme targeting: How to reach problem gamblers

Sheila Moran, ICGC-II; Jennifer Davis-Walton, ICGC-

Breakout Session Friday July 21
2:35pm - 3:30pm
Community & Recovery

Utilizing the bystander Model for Problem Gambling Awareness 

Michael A. Buzzelli

Breakout Session Friday July 21
2:35pm - 3:30pm
Prevention

Innovations in Payments and Responsible Gaming 

Omer Sattar; Yasmine Roulleau De La Roussiere

Breakout Session Friday July 21
2:35pm - 3:30pm
Responsible Gaming & Regulation

Implications of Emerging Technology

Don Feeney & 

Julie Hynes

Plenary Panel Friday July 21
4:00pm - 5:00pm

Gambling Addiction Research Over the Last 20 years and the next 20 years: How far we have come and how far we still need to go

Marc Potenza, MD, PhD


Plenary Saturday July 22
9:00am - 10:00am

Prevention: From Silos to Synergy!

Jim Kooler, PhD PED Talk Saturday July 22
10:00am - 10:15am

Retracing the Road to Recovery

Sandra Adell, PhD

PED Talk Saturday July 22
10:15am - 10:30am
How Clinical Practices and Research Can Inform Each Other: Developing Deeper Understanding Haley Miles McLean; Loreen Rugle, PhD, ICGC-II, BACC; Christopher Welsh; Rachel Arnold Breakout Session Saturday July 22
11:00am - Noon
Treatment

Online Tools for Casino Employee Responsible Gaming Training 

Maureen Greeley; Elizabeth Glavish Breakout Session Saturday July 22
11:00am - Noon
Responsible Gaming & Regulation

Utilizing Problem Gambling Peer Mentors to Promote Recovery:  Exploring Qualitative and Quantitative Data

Jeff Marotta, PhD;  Kitty Martz; Eric Martin; Sharon Williams Breakout Session Saturday July 22
11:00am - Noon
Community & Recovery
Got a Gambling Policy?

 Keellia Guevara; Lorelle Mueting

Breakout Session Saturday July 22
11:00am - Noon
Prevention

Regulators Roundtable

Kevin Mullally (moderator) Chris Stearns; Enrique Zuniga Breakout Session Saturday July 22
11:00am - Noon

Saturday Lunch Plenary Clifford C. Kuhn, MD - the Laugh Doctor Plenary Saturday July 22
Noon - 1:30pm
When Gamblers Lie Richard J. Rosenthal, MD Breakout Session Saturday July 22
1:30pm - 2:25pm
Treatment

RG as the centerpiece of a comprehensive CSR strategy

Stacy Shaw; Tammi Barlow; Jade Luchauer; Susan Dolinski; Gwen Migita Breakout Session Saturday July 22
1:30pm - 2:25pm
Responsible Gaming & Regulation
Faces and Voices of Gambling Recovery

 Jeffrey M. Beck, ICGC-II, JD; Arnie Wexler; Donna Zaharevitz; Chuck Bovis; Sandra Adell

Breakout Session Saturday July 22
1:30pm - 2:25pm
Community & Recovery
Data Driven Prevention Amanda Winters Breakout Session Saturday July 22
1:30pm - 2:25pm
Prevention

Behavioral markers of disordered online gambling

Luke Clark, PhD Breakout Session Saturday July 22
1:30pm - 2:25pm

How do cognitive distortions change during problem gambling treatment? Results from an archival study of residential gambling clients.

David M. Ledgerwood, PhD

Breakout Session Saturday July 22
2:35pm - 3:30pm
Treatment

Oregon Hubs & Responsible Gaming in Online Horseracing

Tom Moore; Connie Wynn; Cameron Benjamin
Breakout Session Saturday July 22
2:35pm - 3:30pm

Responsible Gaming & Regulation

Stories of Hope: Learning from online recovery stories

Richard Wood Breakout Session Saturday July 22
2:35pm - 3:30pm
Community & Recovery

It's Time to Talk - Again!

Kevin Spading; Steve Zvona Breakout Session Saturday July 22
2:35pm - 3:30pm
Prevention
Determining the extent of Nebraska College age participation in Daily Sports Gambling Jerry Bauerkemper Breakout Session Saturday July 22
2:35pm - 3:30pm

Residential Treatment for Gambling Disorder: A Qualitative Study

Dan Field; Yael Landa Breakout Session Saturday July 22
4:00pm - 5:00pm
Treatment

Reinstatement: Critical Timing for Responsible Gambling

  Janine Robinson, M.Ed.; Nigel Turner, PhD

Breakout Session Saturday July 22
4:00pm - 5:00pm
Responsible Gaming & Regulation

The Spiritual Seduction of Gambling Addiction

 

Christopher W Anderson,ICGC-II, BACC

Breakout Session Saturday July 22
4:00pm - 5:00pm
Community & Recovery
A Tale of Two Programs

Stephanie J. Asteriadis, PhD; Carina Rivera


Breakout Session Saturday July 22 4:00pm - 5:00pm Prevention

Understanding and Supporting Multiple Pathways to Recovery

JJim Wuelfing; Jeffrey Beck; Michael Rosen Breakout Session Saturday July 22 4:00pm - 5:00pm




 

Poster Presentations

*Schedule and Presentations Subject to Change
Title of Presentation Presenter Session Type Date Time Track





Evaluating the Effectiveness of a Helpline for Problem Gamblers in the Chinese Community

Estevan Lopez

Poster Presentation Friday July 21
10:30am - 11:00am
Community & Recovery

Advocacy in Action: Tips for New Problem Gambling Prevention and Treatment Professionals

Amanda Burke, PhD

Poster Presentation Friday July 21
10:30am - 11:00am
Prevention

Lifetime and Current Suicidal Ideation in Treatment-seeking Individuals in the United Kingdom with Gambling 

Silvia Ronzitti

Poster Presentation Friday July 21
3:30pm - 4:00pm
Treatment

Landscape of Self-Exclusion in the United States

Satkartar Khalsa

Poster Presentation Friday July 21
3:30pm - 4:00pm
Responsible Gaming & Regulatio

Hispanic Gamblers: Results from a Statewide Prevalence Study

Jose Ricardo Vargas Garcia

Poster Presentation Friday July 21
3:30pm - 4:00pm
Community & Recovery

Employment and Gambling Disorder

William Seymour 

Poster Presentation Friday July 21
3:30pm - 4:00pm
Prevention
Clinical and Psychosocial Factors Associated with Gambling-Related Suicidality David M. Ledgerwood, PhD Poster Presentation Saturday July 22
10:30am - 11:00am
Treatment
This game’s got it in for me! Individual differences in slot machine anthropomorphization and impulsivity Mario Ferrari Poster Presentation Saturday July 22
10:30am - 11:00am
Responsible Gaming & Regulation
 Preliminary Evidence of the Effectiveness of Brief Computerized Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for Disordered Gambling
Alyssa N. Wilson
Poster Presentation Saturday July 22
10:30am - 11:00am
Community & Recovery
Perceptions of Problem Gambling Among Methadone Maintenance Clients and Counselors
Megan Wall Poster Presentation Saturday July 22
3:30pm - 4:00pm
Treatment
Naltrexone and Disulfiram Treatment Response in Veterans with Alcohol Dependence and Co-Occurring Problem-Gambling Features
Shane Kraus  Poster Presentation Saturday July 22
3:30pm - 4:00pm
Treatment
Understanding Mobile Gambling Use and Protective Factors among American Youth
Yaxi Zhao
Poster Presentation Saturday July 22
3:30pm - 4:00pm
Responsible Gaming & Regulation

Subjective, Behavioural and Physiological Correlates of Social Slot Machine Gambling

W. Spencer Murch

Poster Presentation Saturday July 22
3:30pm - 4:00pm
Treatment


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