Stage III: Introduction to the Roles of Family & Finances in Treating Gambling Disorder
March 7 @ 9:00 am - March 8 @ 12:15 pm
Location: Virtual Event
Clinicians seeking to provide treatment for gambling disorders may find themselves addressing areas unique to problem gambling, such as financial management or the impact family members can have on recovery. This training serves as an introduction to navigating those two components of treating gambling disorder.
6.0 CEUs are available for this training which can be used toward obtaining the GAMB Endorsement through the Ohio Chemical Dependency Board or can prove scope of competency through the Ohio Social Worker, Counselor, and Marriage & Family Therapist Board. Problem Gambling Network of Ohio is an approved continuing education provider through the Ohio Chemical Dependency Professionals Board, the Ohio Counselor, Social Work, and Marriage & Family Therapist Board, and the International Gambling Counselor Certification Board.
Ohio Chemical Dependency Professionals Board Subject Areas:
– No prevention continuing education hours are available for this training.
– C2: 1.5 hours; C5: 2.25 hours; C8: 1.0 hours; C9: 1.25 hours
– G2: 4.0 hours; G3: 0.5 hours; G4: 1.5 hours
This virtual training will run each day from 9:00 AM – 12:15 PM ET with a 15-minute break. Each day will consist of 3 hours of content totaling 6 hours.
Lead Trainer: Nan Frank’s, M.A., LPC-S, LICDC-CS
Nan has worked in community and behavioral health for over 40 years. Her professional work has focused on addictive illness and its effect on individuals, families and community. She was a co-founder of a model of rapid response to overdose survivors referred to as the Quick Response Team (QRT) model. Her clinical service expertise includes family counseling, recovery support and intervention. She has provided training all over the country focused on addiction, families, counseling skills, trauma and codependency. She is a Ramsey Solutions Certified Financial Coach and helps everyday people manage finances and create wealth. In addition, she has authored three books on professional ethics for behavioral health service providers. Ms. Franks has a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from Kalamazoo College and a master’s degree in Rehabilitation Counseling from the University of Cincinnati. She is trained in the Johnson Institute, Love First, Arise, and CRAFT approaches to intervention. She continues to enjoy learning and expanding her understanding of community problems and solutions. She is a graduate of the Ohio Problem Gambling Fellowship and the Advanced Fellowship.