Many Faces, Many Solutions Conference Photos
Brenda Deleeuw from the Center for Alcohol and Drug Treatment in Duluth talks with Ollie Stocker from Fairview and Trevor Urman from DHS.
Michael Burke, a lawyer who struggled with gambling and alcohol addiction, details his struggle and triumph.
Sunny Chanthanouvong, executive director of the Lao Assistance Center of Minnesota, details the Lao community’s gambling experience.
Keith Whyte, Executive Director of thecNational Council on Problem Gambling, discusses gambling behavior in the military.
Jon Grant, professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience at the University of Chicago, discussed what happens to the brain during a presentation on the neurobiology of addiction.
Kirsten M. provided an account of her personal experience as an accelerated resolution therapy patient of Wade Lang’s.
Isabelle Duguay (left) and Sheryl Anderson discuss ways that family members can cope with a loved one’s gambling disorder.
John VonEschen, Northstar program manager, added a musical twist to his presentation on problem gambling and dual addictions.
The team of Lao study leaders meets prior to the presentation on problem gambling in the Lao community.
The Minnesota Conference on Problem Gambling took place at the Earle Brown Heritage Center on March 8-9.
The 2018 Minnesota Conference on Problem Gambling took place on March 8-9 at the Earle Brown Heritage Center in Brooklyn Center. Nearly 100 people attended the conference, which received the highest praise of any conference to date. Among the topics covered included the neurobiology of addiction, gambling in the military, problem gambling and the legal profession, gambling in the Lao community, and accelerated resolution therapy.