Unit 1-07: Screening Tools, the DSM-V and Review

  • 1.0

    CE

  • Unit 1-07

    Prerequisite

  • Required for CCGC

    Classification

  • Mental Health Professionals

    Recommended for

  • Marc Lefkowitz

    Course Instructor

Successful psychologist talking to her patient

Unit 1-07: Screening Tools, the DSM-V and Review

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Purpose:
This one hour unit, the final in Course #1, is designed to review the information covered during the first 6 units. During the session, attendees will be refreshed on the DSM-V and its applications for gamblers, the progression of gambling disorder, the differences between action, escape and other forms of gamblers, the tools they’ve learned about (i.e. screening and financial), and more.

Learning Objectives:

  • During this session, participants will review content from prior sessions, including:
  • Screening tools and their proper application;
  • How gambling is defined within the DSM-V, and what that definitions mean for gamblers;
  • The progression of gambling disorder;
  • Types of gamblers and gambling;
  • The gambler’s quest for money, and the tools and exercises to assess the gambler’s finances and create a financial plan.

Unit Outline:

  • Brief Bio-social Gambling Screen (BBGS)
  • DSM-V Checklist
  • DSM Qualifiers
  • NORC DIAGNOSTIC SCREEN FOR GAMBLING PROBLEMS-SELF ADMINISTERED (NODS-SA)
  • Gamblers Anonymous 20 Questions
  • Previous Webinar Review