This training workshop will include a four-day Introductory Problem Gambling Counselor Training presented by Isabelle Duguay, MA, LCPC, PCGC, as well as half-day advanced workshops:
The Critical Connection: Your Role in a Suicide Safer Workplace and Community
, presented by Matt Taylor, MA, Jan 9, 8 am - noon
Family Issues in Relationships
, presented by Tanya Friese, MSW, LICSW, MN-CGC, LADC, Jan 9, 1 - 5 pm
Facilitating Gambling Groups
, presented by Tanya Friese, MSW, LICSW, MN-CGC, LADC, Jan 10, 8 am - noon
Co-occurring Disorders and Cross Addiction
, presented by Tanya Friese, MSW, LICSW, MN-CGC, LADC, Jan 10, 1 - 5 pm
Introductory Problem Gambling Counselor Training is required for certification as a Problem Gambling Counselor. Additional information on Washington State certification and Washington State''s DBHR Problem Gambling Program will be presented by Ann Gray, M.Ed, Maureen Greeley, BS, and Jim Leingang, BA, CDP.
Scholarships are available for Washington State treatment providers, peer/recovery coaches, and undergraduate/graduate students or professors/counselors in accredited Washington State college and university behavioral health, addictions, and counseling programs. See website for details and application form.