Self-Help Workbook: "Changing Your Relationship with Gambling"
This excellent workbook is full of really useful information and worksheets. It was developed by UK's GamCare service and can be downloaded here. (Opens in a new window)
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Your First Step to Change (Massachusetts Council on Compulsive Gambling)
A short, straightforward workbook in three sections: Facts about gambling, Understanding your gambling, Thinking about change. U.S. publication, but still relevant for use in Ireland.
Gambling Behaviour Self-Study Workbook (Addictions Foundation of Manitoba)
An in-depth workbook in five chapters: Gambling self-assessment, Managing my money, My gambling patterns & triggers, Filling the void, Maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Canadian publication, but still relevant for use in Ireland.
The Hidden Addiction
Ebook by Know The Odds (U.S.). "You can’t see it or smell it. It happens in our communities without anyone noticing, even within our own families. Find out why gambling disorder is referred to as the “hidden addiction” affecting women, children, seniors and more, and learn how to raise awareness about this problem."
Gambling Evaluation and Reduction Programme (Oregon Dept of Human Services)
Detailed workbook (44 pages) in five sections: Understanding the problem, Making your decision, Reaching your goal, Maintaining your goal, Resources. U.S. publication, but still relevant for use in Ireland.
Understanding Problem Gambling (Know the Odds, New York)
A short (24 page) booklet in 6 sections: Defining Gambling, The Demographics and Risk Factors of Problem Gambling, The Consequences of Problem Gambling, Warning Signs, Getting Help & Resources. The Resources section refers to New York services.
The Dangers of Youth Gambling Addiction
Ebook by Know The Odds (U.S.). "Studies have shown the younger a person begins to gamble, the more likely they are to develop a gambling problem. Learn how society, teenage brain development, online gaming and more raise the risks of problem gambling by kids, teenagers and college students."