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All In: "Why Athletes Might Be At Risk for Gambling-Related Problems"
Please join The Evolution Group and Sarah Nelson in exploring the topic "All In: "Why Athletes Might Be At Risk for Gambling-Related Problems""

Responsible Gaming Association of New Mexico's 2022 Webinar Series 6 of 6

Aug 12, 2022 11:00 AM in Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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Daniel Blackwood | Moderator
LPCC, CCGC, CSAT @The Evolution Group
Daniel Blackwood is the founder and Director of the Evolution Group, Inc. (TEG), which serves the Central New Mexico area since 1998. TEG is well known for excellence in service for recovery from co-occurring mental health problems, trauma, gambling disorder, substance use issues, and problems with intimacy. TEG’s mission is to “empower the wholeness that lies within” and serves people of all ages, couples and families. Daniel is collaborating with Dr. Robert Weisz, PhD on a forthcoming book: Mindfulness Based Somatic Emotional Processing, Coming Home to the Truth of Our Feelings: The Compassionate Practice of Witnessing Emotion. Daniel is also the Author of Integrity Recovery™, now in its 3rd edition.
Sarah E. Nelson | Presenter
PhD @Director of Research, Division on Addiction, Cambridge Health Alliance Assistant Professor, Dept. of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical
Dr. Nelson is the Director of Research at the Division on Addiction, Cambridge Health Alliance, and an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. At the Division, Dr. Nelson’s work covers many facets of addiction, including the relationship between psychiatric comorbidity and DUI offense, how to best to develop community recovery environments for youth with substance use problems, and distribution and determinants of gambling and gambling problems. Dr. Nelson’s gambling work includes studies of internet gambling and daily fantasy sports play, evaluations of responsible gambling programs including Voluntary Self-Exclusion, assessments of gambling treatment service systems, and the development of predictive models based on early online play patterns to detect subscribers who are at risk for gambling problems.