This study compares two types of counseling-- Seeking Safety, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Problem Gambling. We are recruiting 50 people. The two types of counseling are delivered online, which makes it easy to attend. The counseling is conducted by experienced, licensed counselors. Both types of counseling are highly supportive and already have positive results in other studies.
Your participation will help improve care for future people who have problem gambling. Results of the study can help identify what type of treatment is most helpful.
Lived through difficult life event
This study has clearance from the University of Windsor Research Ethics Board (primary); the University of Manitoba Research Ethics Board (secondary); and the New England Institutional Review Board (secondary)
Psychology, Health and Wellness, Investigational Medicine, Technology
Clinical Trial, Intervention, Online
Weekdays, Weeknights, Weekends
45 minute(s) - 75 minute(s) per session
Study sessions refers to completing questionnaires and an interview, which are required. There are also optional (not required) telephone counseling sessions (1 hour each, weekly for 12 weeks)
This study doesn't require any in-person visits. Complete it in the comfort of your own home!
You must be a resident in Ontario, Canada, North America to join this study