What is it?
The Gambling, Gaming & Technology Use Community of Interest is an online community that supports collaboration between addiction and mental health service providers, researchers and experts in gambling, technology/Internet use and video gaming.
What does it offer?
The Community of Interest offers an online platform to:
- share knowledge about clinical best practices and emerging trends with other mental health and addiction service providers
- collaborate with agencies across Ontario and beyond
- learn about upcoming events and training opportunities.
How do you join?
Go to EENet Connect, then:
- Sign up for a free account on EENetConnect.ca
- Find the name of the CoI under the list of subgroups in the site’s main menu
- Select “Join this subgroup”
- Save the CoI’s URL in your browser for direct access
Note: You don’t need to join to view the conversation, but joining will let you post your own content, respond to others’ posts, and be notified when new content is posted!
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Course: Introduction to problem gamblingEvent | Oct 7, 2022
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Congruence Couple Therapy for gambling and substance useEvent | Apr 19, 2022
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Webinar: Nervous system regulation for problem gamblingEvent | Feb 28, 2022
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48th issue of the Journal of Gambling Issues is now availableNews | Oct 7, 2021
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Webinar: Etiology of problem gamblingEvent | Aug 4, 2021
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Online training: Fundamentals of gambling and gamingNews | Jun 25, 2021
Webinar: Congruence couples therapy for gambling and substance use disorderEvent | Jun 16, 2021
46th issue of the Journal of Gambling Issues is now availableNews | Apr 13, 2021
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