New Service for Female Problem Gamblers in the UK

New Service For Women Problem Gamblers 

The Gordon Moody Association

 

Gordon Moody Association Launches A New Service For Female Problem Gamblers

 

The Gordon Moody Association is pleased to announce a new intensive treatment programme to meet the needs of women who are struggling to overcome their problem gambling. This new service combines two short term residential retreats with 12 weekly therapy sessions delivered either online or face to face. 

The first 3 night residential will include a series of therapeutic group workshops in a retreat style setting. During this time you will be able to disengage from your day to day life and focus on your own needs and issues. You will be supported to develop an understanding of why your gambling has become so problematic in a positive and supportive network with other women who are struggling with similar problems. 

This will be followed by weekly one-to-one therapy sessions face to face or online for a period of 12 weeks. For an hour a week you will get support with day to day problems and engage in further pieces of work that will help you to overcome your problem gambling. 

This short and intensive programme will conclude with a 2 night residential series of therapeutic workshops again in a retreat style setting in the Herefordshire countryside. 

During this time you will be able to look at what you have learned, discuss any problems you have experienced during treatment, and create a personal plan that will enable a gambling free future. 

How to access help: Contact Amy on: 01384 241292 who will send you an application form or you can complete an application form online

Once this has been completed we will arrange a telephone interview with you. If your application is successful we can then discuss the details of the accommodation and precise dates.

There is currently no cost for this treatment to you other than your travel to the venue. Should you require any more information please do not hesitate to contact us and we would be happy to talk to you.

 

 

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