(Friday) 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
The North Carolina Problem Gambling Program (NCPGP) is pleased to offer Stigma associated with problem gambling Gambling disorder is highly stigmatized by the general public. Stigma
The North Carolina Problem Gambling Program (NCPGP) is pleased to offer
Gambling disorder is highly stigmatized by the general public. Stigma has serious consequences for individuals suffering from gambling disorder, including interfering with treatment-seeking, reducing self-esteem and self-efficacy, and promoting social withdrawal. This webinar will review theoretical conceptualizations and research findings on the stigmatization of gambling disorder. Research on interventions aimed at preventing and reducing stigma of gambling disorder will also be discussed. Lessons learned from efforts to destigmatize other mental health disorders, and how that knowledge may be applied to gambling disorder, will be considered.
Dr Leanne Quigley
12 pm – 1 pm
All webinars are free. However, pre-registration is required.
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