|Production Date:||June 15, 2010|
|Practice Areas:||Ethics , Substance Abuse- California|
Although individuals with gambling problems make up a small percentage of the general population, gambling addictions are surprisingly common with members of the legal profession. In his third program with Lawline.com, Kenneth Hagreen, the Executive Director of Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers of Pennsylvania, Inc., explores why some gamblers fall prey to addiction and provides detailed guidance on how to help troubled and impaired attorneys recuperate and regain their professional competency. Mr. Hagreen also discusses the differences between the three pathological subgroups of gamblers and sheds light on how addiction may become a gateway to bankruptcy, unemployment, divorce, and homelessness. Mr. Hagreen concludes this revealing course by discussing options for confidential assistance as well as various treatment and recovery considerations. This program is a must see for all attorneys who may have gambling problems or know people suffering from this addiction.
This course counts for 1.0 credits for the Mental Illness requirement in California.
I. Gambling: Background & Perspective
II. Pathways to Gambling
III. Diagnostic Criteria (DSM-IV)
IV. Phases of Pathological Gambling
V. Warning Signs & Symptoms of Distress
VI. Assessment, Treatment & Recovery
Roberta (Chicago Heights, IL)
Speaker was excellent; the subject matter was different Very informative into an addition I know very little about
Richard (Grayslake, IL)
Lou Ann (San Francisco, CA)
Speaker was very clear and very organized. Great written outline.
Ruth (Chicago, IL)
I was surprised by how much I learned from this CLE. Very compelling.
Marie Eleana (New York, NY)
Richard (Seattle, WA)
Again, this speaker is inspring because of his personal; expeerience and knowledge.
John (Chicago, IL)
Lee (Irvine, CA)
Howard (Roseland, NJ)
excellent presentation! H.
John (Azusa, CA)
This instructor made the topic of gambling and all its complexities easy to understand. Excellent program.
Anna (Chicago, IL)
Matthew (Huntington Beach, CA)
Gregg (Thousand Oaks, CA)
James Albert (Anaheim, CA)
Richard (Laramie, WY)
very worthwhile. pretty sobering.
Jeannie (Arroyo Grande, CA)
Interesting (and sad!), very informative; helpful tips as to what to look for.
Marcia (Los Angeles, CA)
Great presenter, sound advice.
Herbert M (Playa Del Rey, CA)
Very well presented.
John (San Diego, CA)
John (San Francisco, CA)
Neil (Oakland, CA)
interesting material and presentation
Hazel (Los Angeles, CA)
Jeremy (Los Angeles, CA)
excellent presentation about an important topic, whose psychological underpinnings have implications for non-gamblers (as well as gamblers)
Joseph (Washington , DC)
Peter (Sycamore, IL)
Ira L (SPRINGFIELD, VA)
Found the program very interesting.
michael (New York, NY)
Michael (Washington, DC)
this is a very important topic and i think the speaker did a great job expressing it.
Arlynn (Chicago, IL)
I thought this speaker was fabulous. Very interesting discussions about how the brain works with gambling.
Hilda (Bronx, NY)
Kenneth Hagreen is one of Lawline's premier speakers. He speaks with authority & compassion concerning addictive behavior. I highly recommend his programs.
Joshua (Memphis, TN)
A very thorough discussion of an important topic
H. Michael (Willowbrook, IL)
very informative about the nature of this disease
Donald (Ann arbor, MI)
Really cool stuff!
JENNIFER (UXBRIDGE, MA)
Very well informed and empathetic instructor.
idalis (Rockford, IL)
Quite informative well reasoned
Sheila (McDaniels, KY)
Good information to keep in mind.
Adam (Chicago, IL)
Interesting subject matter
Meredith (Elgin, IL)
The statistics were pretty interesting.
Michael (Northbrook, IL)
I admire Mr. Hagreen for the commitment he has made to a much-needed issue!
Dino (Richmond, VA)
I actually thought it was very well prepared, and something that I wiould like to share.
Laura (Oak Park, IL)
I really enjoyed this speaker.
tricia (benton, IL)
very interesting topic i had no idea of the problem
Stephen (Northbrook, IL)
This is one of the best speakers for CLEs
Thomas (Evanston, IL)
Humane presentation of the subject
Jeffrey (Atlanta, GA)
Daniel (Smithtown, NY)
I previously watched the alcoholism lecture. Mr. Hagreen is the best lecturer I've seen for these types of ethical issues.
wendy (DANA POINT`, CA)
good presentation, good information
Daria (Bloomfield Hills, MI)
Excellent Presentation by Kenneth Hageen. Gave me so much insight on addictions and the causes. Will listen to all his podcasts. Very csring, perfect msn for his position.
Benjamin Azubuike (Pasadena, CA)
Hope (Roslyn, NY)
I have seen this speaker before and purposefully picked this because of him. He is extremely knowledgeable and appears sincere about the welfare of his fellow colleagues
Colette (Craig, CO)
the presenter's enthusiasm for his subject is wonderful
Karen (Livermore, CA)
I really like this speaker. He speaks from the heart.
Robert (Auburn, CA)
Excellent program. Presented some really interesting and helpful information about gambling that I have never seen before, and which I might be able to use some day to help my troubled clients.
Alan (La Quinta, CA)
This is a life changing presentation. I know it will help many attorneys
Bruce (Arlington Heights, IL)
Karen (Kailua-Kona, HI)
well done and informative
Michael (Tarzana, CA)
Very interesting course on addictive gambling behavior and where it can lead lawyers.
Paul (lowell, MA)
Thorough discussion of the topic.
James (Purchase, NY)
The presentation was generally good but a little over-the-top on the pseudo-science of the brain.
Carol (Granite Springs, NY)
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