Gambling Support Study: Understanding gambling harm experienced by female affected others
Despite policy makers, health professionals and researchers increasingly acknowledging the impact of gambling-related harm on families and in community settings, problematic gambling behaviour is still commonly understood and treated at an individual level (Productivity Commission 1999). A lack of investigation into, and acknowledgment of, affected others' experiences can perpetuate both limited treatment expertise and limited access to resources and support for this group. Consequently,...[Show more]
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