stamp place here Fall Conference on Problem Gambling and Counseling Frankfort, KY 40604-4595 P.O. Box 4595 Practical Applications - c/o KYCPG Examples from the Field Sheraton Louisville Riverside Hotel Jeffersonville, Indiana September 30-October 2, 2009 MidCentral Alliance on Problem Gambling Fall Conference MidCentral Alliance on Problem Gambling Fall Conference on Problem Gambling and Counseling Practical Applications -- Registration Examples from the Field $60 Members of credentialing organizations or sponsoring State Council on Problem/Compulsive Gambling $90 Non-Members Brief Program/Course Description The MidCentral Alliance on Problem Gambling consists of seven state councils • Registration fee includes all conference materials/handouts, breaks, continental breakfasts Oct. 1-2, and CEU application fees. on problem gambling affiliated with the National Council on Problem Gambling. • $25 late fee added on registrations received after Sept. 21, 2009, or on site. The MidCentral Alliance Fall Conference Planning Committee selected qualified presenters on pathological (compulsive) and problem gambling issues -- as well • Please send complete registrations with cash, check, money order or purchase order (payable to KYCPG) to KYCPG, P.O. Box 4595, Frankfort, KY 40604-4595. Send complete as qualified presenters on counseling issues -- to provide increased knowledge of registrations with VISA or MasterCard payment to above address, fax to 502-227-8082, or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org the impulse control disorder defined in the American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of the Mental Disorders. The theme -- Applications for 12.75 hours CEUs filed with professional certification boards. Practical Applications--Examples from the Field -- embodies the goal to provide KYCPG is a NAADAC-approved provider ($583) recognizing 12.75 hours CEUs. proven suggestions for identification and treatment of pathological gambling, Name: Credential: including some essential, but general, counseling skills. The methods presented for education, awareness, prevention and treatment will address the spectrum of Organization/Agency: potential populations that may be affected by the addiction. Job Title: Address: The program detailed on the following pages consists of 12.75 hours of City: State: Zip: classroom lecture and panel presentations augmented by audio-visual aids and participant discussion. Phone: Fax: E-mail: Who Should Attend Please charge my: VISA MasterCard The MidCentral Alliance 2009 Fall Conference is an appropriate learning Credit Card #: opportunity for any alcohol or substance abuse counselor, social worker, psychologist, psychiatrist, marriage and family therapist, clergy, or anyone in a Expiration Date: Signature: (Note: Credit Card Charge will be processed by MKS Communications, which will appear on Credit Card invoice.) recognized mental health, behavioral health, medical or counseling discipline. In addition, human resource and employee assistance professionals, as well as the PLEASE CHECK APPROPRIATE BOX: Member Registration, $60. criminal justice community, will benefit from knowledge of the impact Non-Member Registration, $90 pathological gambling may have on the workplace and in legal matters. I will attend the Thursday, Oct. 1 all day seminar on Motivational Interviewing Attendance limited to the first 30 who register for this conference presentation. Measurable Learning Objectives ACCOMMODATIONS are available at the Sheraton Louisville Riverside Hotel, 700 West Riverside Participants will increase basic understanding of problem and pathological Drive, Jeffersonville, Ind., 47103. The rate is $94 single/double, plus tax. Call 812/284-6711 for gambling and increase their skill sets by exposure to proven education, reservations, or go on-line at www.sheratonlouisville.com. Identify attendance at MidCentral awareness, prevention and treatment techniques. Qualified professionals currently Alliance on Problem Gambling conference. Cutoff date for group room rate is September 8, achieving success using these methods in everyday applications will be the 2009. presenters. A post-program participant evaluation will be used to measure For more information, please contact KYCPG Executive Director Mike Stone, 502/223-1823, whether the MidCentral Alliance 2009 Fall Conference achieved its goals. email@example.com; or ICPG Executive Director Jerry Long, 866/699-4272,JLLongIndy@aol.com. ‘As this was my first Problem Gambling conference, I learned a lot about the field from the qualified, excellent presenters you had.’ --from a 2008 MidCentral Alliance Fall Conference attendee evaluation Wednesday, September 30, continued Fall Conference on Problem 3:40 p.m. Break Second Floor Foyer Gambling and Counseling 3:50 p.m. Session I (Ballroom) Session II (Jefferson) Indiana’s Experience: Gambling as a Women’s Issue Integrating Problem Gambling RonSonLyn Clark, Psy.D., CCGC into Existing Substance Abuse Director of Substance Abuse Practical Applications Prevention Mary Lay, MPH, CHES, CPP Services, River Valley Behavioral Health, -- Examples from the Field Project Manager, Indiana Problem Gambling Owensboro, Ky. Awareness Program, Bloomington, Ind. Sheraton Louisville Riverside Hotel 5:05 p.m. Recess Jeffersonville, Indiana 5:30 p.m. Optional Gamblers Anonymous/Gam-Anon Meeting(s) (tentative) Jefferson Wednesday, September 30-Friday, October 2, 2009 Wednesday, September 30 Thursday, October 1 9 a.m Joint Meeting MidCentral Alliance on Problem Gambling Jefferson Room 8 a.m. Registration/Exhibits Second Floor Foyer -- Officers, Board, Members of Participating Councils: Continental Breakfast Second Floor Foyer Illinois Michigan West Virginia Indiana Ohio Wisconsin 9 a.m. Session I (Ballroom) Session II (Jefferson) Kentucky Problem Gambling 101 Motivational Interviewing (Part 1) 11 a.m. Conference Registration/Exhibits Second Floor Foyer Herbert (Bud) Newman, Psy.D. Suzanne Carrier, LCSW Director of Counseling Women’s Treatment Coordinator, 1 p.m. Opening Session Ballroom Services, The Morton Kentucky Division of Addiction Welcome: Diana Williams, Deputy Director Center, Louisville, Ky. Services, Division of Mental Health and Addictions Scott Walker, MS, CCGC Frankfort, Ky. Indiana Family and Social Services Administration Director of Substance (Full Day Presentation -- Limited Presentation: Use of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Abuse Services, to First 30 individuals registered) In Treating Pathological Gamblers Curtis L. Barrett, Ph.D., CCGC. NCGC-II Mountain Comprehensive Professor Emeritus, University of Louisville, Ky. Care, Prestonsburg, Ky. 2:15 p.m. Break Second Floor Foyer 10:15 a.m. Break Second Floor Foyer 2:25 p.m. Session I (Ballroom) Session II (Jefferson) 10:25 a.m. Session I (Ballroom) Session II (Jefferson) Problem Gambling 101 A 10 Session Model of Group Herbert (Bud) Newman, Psy.D. Therapy with Gamblers Gambling as a Women’s Issue Motivational Interviewing (Part 2) Director of Counseling Judy Herriff, MA, LLP, NCGC-II RonSonLyn Clark, Psy.D., CCGC Services, The Morton Executive Director, Director of Substance Abuse Center, Louisville, Ky. Michigan Association Services, River Valley Scott Walker, MS, CCGC on Problem Gambling, Behavioral Health, Director of Substance Eaton Rapids, Mich. Owensboro, Ky. Abuse Services, Mountain Comprehensive 11:40 a.m. Lunch (Participants are on their own -- Eight Restaurants/Food Outlets are Care, Prestonsburg, Ky. available within a half block of the Sheraton Louisville Riverside Hotel) Thursday, October 1, continued Friday, October 2, continued 1 p.m. Session I (Ballroom) Session II (Jefferson) Mark Mason, Director of Security and Regulatory Affairs, Gambling in the Workplace Motivational Interviewing (Part 3) Hollywood Casino Lawrenceburg, Lawrenceburg, Ind. Denise Phillips, MSW, ACSW, Michael R. Stone, Executive Director, Kentucky LMSW, CAAC, NCGC-II Council on Problem Gambling, Frankfort, Ky. Psychotherapist and Substance (moderator) Abuse Professional, Gambling Solutions and Counseling 10:15 a.m. Break Second Floor Foyer Services of Michigan, P.L.C., Plymouth, Mich. 10:25 a.m. Addressing the Financial Puzzle Ballroom Jerry Bauerkemper, BC, CCGC, Executive Director, 2:15 p.m. Break Second Floor Foyer Nebraska Council on Compulsive Gambling, Bellevue, Neb. 2:25 p.m. Session I (Ballroom) Session II (Jefferson) 11:50 a.m. Evaluation and Wrap-up Ballroom The Basics of Understanding Motivational Interviewing (Part 4) Steve Burton, MSW, LCSW, NCGC-I, Director, Non-Chemical Addictions The Problem Gamblers Help Network of West Virginia; Lou Weigele, LISW, BCD CEO, First Choice Health Systems, Inc. Director of Behavioral Health, The Free Clinic 12:00 p.m. Adjourn -- Please Travel Safely of Greater Cleveland; and President, Ohio Council on Problem Gambling, Cleveland, Ohio Sponsors 3:40 p.m. Break Second Floor Foyer Indiana Division on Mental Health and Addiction Kentucky Department of Behavioral Health, Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities 3:50 p.m. Session I (Ballroom) Session II (Jefferson) Problem Gambling in Forensic Motivational Interviewing (Part 5) Populations; Indiana’s ***** Sequential Intercept Model Illinois Council on Problem Gambling Ohio Council on Problem Gambling Jennifer Fillmore, MS, CADACIV, Indiana Council on Problem Gambling West Virginia Council on Problem Gambling ICACII; Program Director, Kentucky Council on Problem Gambling Wisconsin Council on Problem Gambling Co-occurring and Forensic Michigan Association on Problem Gambling Projects, Indiana Division of Mental Health and Addictions, ***** Indianapolis, Ind. 5:05 p.m. Recess Continuing Education Approvals 5:30 p.m. Optional Gamblers Anonymous/Gam-Anon Meeting(s) (tentative) Jefferson The Kentucky Council on Problem Gambling (KYCPG), Inc. is a NAADAC-approved provider of Continuing Education Units (CEUs), provider number 583. Attendance at all sessions will earn 12.75 hours. Applications for CEUs have been Friday, October 2 filed with the American Compulsive Gambling Counselor Certification Board and the International Gambling Counselor Certification Board. 8 a.m. Registration/Exhibits Second Floor Foyer Continental Breakfast Second Floor Foyer Sponsorship of this program by the Kentucky Department of Behavioral Health, Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities authorizes 12.75 contact hours by the Kentucky CADC Control Board. Applications for 12.75 hours CEUs 9 a.m. Networking the Industry, Community, Resources Ballroom have been filed with the Kentucky state boards of Psychology, Social Work, and Marriage and Family Therapists. Dennis Fox, MS, LCPC, Senior Therapist, Adult Chemical Dependency Services, Chestnut (Additional CEU requests and applications are being filed with appropriate authorities in all MidCentral Alliance on Health Systems, Granite City, Ill. Problem Gambling participating states.) Rose Gruber, Executive Director, Wisconsin Council on Problem Gambling, Green Bay, Wis. The 2008 MidCentral Alliance on Problem Gambling Fall Conference on Problem Gambling and Counseling received a 4.6 (our of 5.0) average evaluation from attendees.
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