Lenght: 4 hours
Participants: 12 persons maximum
Where: At ours? At yours? In our virtual-classroom?
Contact: Teenagers are generally considered vulnerable to addictions.
National and international prevalence studies on gambling addiction also identify teenagers as endangered and affected by problem gambling and pathological gambling.
Specialists from youth welfare services and the school system are important interfaces and contact partners for teenagers affected and at risk. These professionals’ qualification can not only help to identify gambling-related risks but also to prevent and eliminate them. This training provides an insight into adolescents’ gambling behaviour and their motive. It also supplies material and approaches for a safe way to deal with this topic, as well as a needs-based expertise in helping people confronted with gambling addiction and a needs-orientated knowledge of measures for player and youth protection.