Are There Distinctive Outcomes from Self-Exclusion? An Exploratory Study Comparing Gamblers Who Have Self-Excluded, Received Counselling, or Both

@article{Hing2015AreTD,
  title={Are There Distinctive Outcomes from Self-Exclusion? An Exploratory Study Comparing Gamblers Who Have Self-Excluded, Received Counselling, or Both},
  author={Nerilee Hing and Alex M. T. Russell and Barry Tolchard and Elaine Nuske},
  journal={International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction},
  year={2015},
  volume={13},
  pages={481-496}
}
Research has not determined whether typical improvements in psychosocial functioning following self-exclusion are due to the intervention. This study aimed to explore distinctive outcomes from self-exclusion by assessing outcomes between 1) self-excluders who had and had not received gambling counselling and 2) self-excluders compared to non-self-excluders who had received gambling counselling. A longitudinal design administered three assessments on gambling behaviour, problem gambling severity… CONTINUE READING

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