(Tuesday) 9:30 am - 11:30 am
Growing App’etites: The Blurring Lines of Gambling & Gaming New apps and types of gambling come about almost continuously. Keeping up with digital gaming/ gambling trends can
Growing App’etites: The Blurring Lines of Gambling & Gaming
New apps and types of gambling come about almost continuously. Keeping up with digital gaming/ gambling trends can be overwhelming and exhausting for many in problem gambling and addictions professions. In this workshop, we look at an overview and key concerns of some of the latest trends in the online gaming world, and how the lines often are blurry between what is gaming and what is gambling.
This webinar will increase your knowledge regarding recent and emerging trends in gambling; explain relationships with gaming, gambling, and at-risk youth; and provide at least 3 tools you can use.
Tuesday, January 28th 9:30am to 11:30am
This webinar is sponsored by IPGAP and is provided at NO COST to you.
Online – Webinar
Julie Hynes is the Executive Director of the Oregon Council on Problem Gambling. She has focused her work on addictions & problem gambling prevention since 2002, with roles as the Director of Responsible Gambling with the Massachusetts Council on Compulsive Gambling, coordinator of the PreventionLane problem gambling prevention program in Oregon, instructor at the University of Oregon, co-investigator of the largest survey of publicly funded problem gambling services in the United States, and problem gambling consultant providing training and technical assistance across the U.S. In 2012, Julie was honored with the NCPG Wuelfing Prevention Award for her work in helping advance the field of problem gambling prevention and awareness. She is a current member of the Board of Directors of the National Council on Problem Gambling and a Certified Prevention Specialist.
Attendees will receive 2 CEUs approved by the National Council on Problem Gambling. These education hours will also count for Indiana Contracted Problem Gambling Provider counselor hours.
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