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THE PERSONALITY DYNAMICS OF A DISORDERED GAMBLER

Course Number: G5450
Course Length: 7 hours
Tuition: $160 (US)

 

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This course provides a theoretical and practical approach to examining the role that unmet needs and substitute satisfaction play in the development of a gambling disorder. Course content includes:

  • Identifying family history patterns and examining their relationship to the gambling disorder.
  • Reviewing the gambler's cycle of rebellion, guilt, shame and conformity by examining the 'Teflon' phase and the 'Velcro' phase of rebellion and conformity.
  • Identifying significant elements of the gambler's dissociative experience.

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