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Gambling harm: comorbidities, treatment and referral
This webinar will provide an overview of the prevalence of gambling harm in NSW. Research has indicated that gambling problems are strongly associated with comorbid disorders, such as mental health disorders and addictive disorders, and that people with gambling problems have a higher rate of psychological disorders than the general community.
Many people with gambling problems are not being identified because their symptoms are masked by other disorders and are often hidden due to stigma and shame. Gambling harm has a direct impact on patient outcomes.
This session will explore how to provide psycho-education for patients who are experiencing gambling harm, as well as strategies for management and referral resources specific to NSW.

This webinar will be recorded and participants will receive a copy of the recording following the webinar.
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Sophia Tran | Presenter
Clinical Psychologist & Supervisor @Gambling Treatment and Research Clinic
Sophia Tran is a Clinical Psychologist and Supervisor at the Gambling Treatment and Research Clinic (GTRC), University of Sydney. She holds an Honours degree in Psychology and a Masters degree in Clinical Psychology, both from the University of New South Wales. Sophia has in-depth experience providing individual and group treatment to problem gamblers, counselling services to family members of gamblers, and delivering presentations and workshops to health professionals and community organisations about problem gambling. She has also been involved in the development of an innovative cognitive-based treatment program for problem gambling.