The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Disordered Gambling
is a complete guide to the current empirical literature relating to the conceptualization, assessment, and treatment of disordered gambling. The international contributors are all experienced, practicing clinicians who discuss gambling within a global context.
- Best-practice guidelines for the clinical management of problem and disordered gambling
- Contains empirically derived findings that translate research into practical clinical applications that clinicians and counselors can use in understanding and treating problem gamblers
- Brings together a distinguished international group of scholars whose contributions discuss gambling as it occurs around the globe
- Clearly organized into sections that cover conceptualization, research, assessment, treatment, and special topics
Keywords: Clinical Psychology, mental health, addiction, addictive disorders, problem gambler, behavioral additiona, excessive behavior, clinical psychology