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"Gambling, Addictions, and Diverse Populations: Same but Different," presented by Kathryn Elliott-Hudson, M.Ed., LISAC, NCC, ICGC-II, BACC (3 CEUs cd).

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When: Fri., Nov. 3, 2017
1 pm - 4 pm
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Mesa Community College
1833 W. Southern Ave.
Room SC29
Mesa, Arizona  85204
United States
Presenter: Kathryn Elliott-Hudson, M.Ed, LISAC, NCC, ICGC-II, BACC
Contact: Jeremy Arp
4880) 968-4595


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"Gambling, Addictions, and Diverse Populations: Same but Different," presented by Kathryn Elliott-Hudson, M.Ed., LISAC, NCC, ICGC-II, BACC (3 CEUs cd)

The underpinnings of gambling may be the same for disordered gamblers and those affected, but gambling may look different depending on one's cultural orientation and perspectives. in this workshop, we will explore symptoms of disordered gambling and develop awareness of gambling's impact on marginalized minority communities. We will discuss the concepts of cultural competence, multicultural orientation, privilege, cultural pain, and micro-aggressions.

Outline of major topics to be covered includes:

1. Gambling's signs and symptoms;

2. Impact of gambling on Arizona minorities; and

3. Developing cultural competence.

Kathryn Elliott-Hudson, M.Ed., LISAC, NCC, ICGC-II, BACC has 20 years experience offering treatment to problem gamblers and affected family members and is a 13-year provider in the State of Arizona Department of Problem Gambling (DPG) Treatment Assistance Program (TAP). She specializes in the treatment of women, the elderly, and various ethnic groups, and has presented on multiculturalism and cultural competence. She has a Master's Degree in counseling from Penn State University and has done advanced study at Rutgers School for Alcohol Studies. She began her career as a caseworker with migrant workers in Pennsylvania. 

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