This session is to help you briefly understand the definition of gambling disorder, as well as current problems resulted from your gambling disorder. Gambling disorder is characterized by a continuous loss of control over gambling, compulsive gambling behaviour, and a continuation of behaviour despite adverse consequences. Problem gamblers may show signs of withdrawal, tolerance, dependence on gambling and impairment in life. The following questions from Brief Biosocial Gambling Screen (BBGS) assist you to decide whether seeking a more comprehensive consultation or treatment concerning your gambling behaviour might be helpful.
Please review your gambling behaviour in the past 12 months, and answer the following questions:
If you answer at least one “yes”, your concerned gambling behaviour is at risk for developing a gambling problem. We encourage you to prepare for a change by completing this session’s worksheet “Understanding the facts of gambling disorder”.
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