This may include identification of a support system, continuing involvement in Gamblers Anonymous, relapse prevention strategies, a budget and plan for financial restitution, patthological plan for addressing legal issues, ongoing individual or group therapy, family therapy, and medication.
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What Makes Gambling So Addicting?We begin with a discussion of the definition of treatment and challenges in treating such disorders as pathological gambling. We then discuss what is known. As with many disorders, the DSM-IV definition of pathological gambling is widely accepted and used as a basis for research and clinical practice internationally. Definition. A compulsive, or pathological, gambler is someone who is unable to resist his or her impulses to gamble. This leads to severe personal and, or, social.