Intensive treatment program for problem gamblers
SubjectCompulsive gamblers -- Treatment -- Alberta
Compulsive gambling -- Alberta
Gamblers -- Treatment -- Alberta
Gambling -- Alberta
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AbstractThe Intensive Treatment Program for Problem Gamblers has been designed for the increasing numbers of clients who seek treatment for problems related to gambling. The program is intended to provide treatment where clients need more than individual counselling, yet can't attend a residential inpatient treatment program. This Intensive Treatment Program for Problem Gamblers is recommended for those who recognize that a gambling problem exists and have a desire to make some changes. It is not recommended for "precontemplations."
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