Advanced Gambling Counselor Certification
Date: February 2 2013 9:00am - March 16 2013 5:30pm Location: York Graduate Center - Room 115, Graduate Campus
This four-part course provides 30 of 60 hours needed to meet all of the educational requirements for the CGAC I credential.
Topics and Presenters
February 2: Family Treatment, Oblio Stroyman, M.Ed., MFT
February 16: Cultural Competency and Diversity, Janese Olalde, M.Ed., QMHP, CADC II, CGAC II
March 2: Mindfulness Based Relapse Prevention, Denise Gour, LCSW
March 16: The Meaning of Money, Mark Douglass, LPC, NCGC-II/BACC, CADC I. Tom Ten Eyck, M.A., CGAC II will present in the afternoon, and the day will conclude with a panel discussion
NOTE: Participants must attend all four sessions
This course is co-sponsored by Problem Gambling Services of the Oregon Health Authority, Oregon Council on Problem Gambling, and the Professional Mental Health Counseling–Addiction Program at Lewis & Clark.
Course Details & Registration
Prerequisite: Currently working in the field and/or hold CGAC I, or successfully completed Gambling Specialist Pre-Certification.
Dates: Saturdays, February 2, 16 and March 2, 16, 2013
Time: 9 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Facilitator: Tom Ten Eyck, M.A., CGAC II
CEU/PDU: 30 hours, $195. Morning coffee, pastries, and lunch are included in the course fee.
To ensure your place and to avoid cancellation due to insufficient enrollment, please register no later than two weeks before your course or workshop is scheduled to begin.
About the Instructor
Thomas G. Ten Eyck, MA, CGAC II, is an addictions specialist with emphasis on co-occurring disorders and pathological gambling. Starting in 1992, he was a pioneer in helping establish and shape Oregon’s gambling treatment offerings. He designed, implemented and supervised three separate gambling treatment programs, one which received the State of Oregon award for excellence. He has presented at international, regional, and state-wide conferences and institutes. He has taught problem gambling and other addictions courses at Lewis & Clark College, Mount Hood Community College, Chemeketa Community College, and for the State of Oregon. He continues as adjunct faculty in Lewis & Clark’s Graduate School of Education and Counseling, and serves as one of Oregon’s pioneer program of Approved Clinical Consultants (ACC) to current gambling counselors and their supervisors.
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