Unit 3-04: Phases of the Problem and Recovery for the Family

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  • Mental Health Professionals

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  • Dr. Gary Lange

    Course Instructor

Unit 3-04 Gamblinglosses

Unit 3-04: Phases of the Problem and Recovery for the Family

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Gambling Disorder has adverse effects on the family as well as on the gambler. Spouses, parents, children and others have been on a roller coaster of emotions, behaviors and consequences. While the gambling is active and before the family seeks assistance, the downward progression can create serious relational, financial and legal problems. This webinar reviews the problem stages, as well as the stages of recovery from the crisis to the thriving phases. Participants will learn the importance of educating and motivating the families to make healthy, protective changes whether their loved one is in recovery or is still gambling.

Learning Objectives:
At the end of this session, the participant will be able to:

  • Understand the four phases of progression that family members experience
  • Understand the four common phases of health and recovery
  • Identify which phase clients are in
  • Practice assessing and treating the case of Vera
  • Review different treatment intervention steps for each of the phases

Unit Outline:

  • Four phases of Progression
  • Four phases of Recovery
  • Assess the case of Vera
  • Review Treatment suggestions for each phase