Are you familiar with any of the following?
- You’ve tried to gamble less, but haven’t been successful?
- You’ve wagered more money than you could realistically afford?
- You feel restless or irritable if you don’t gamble or gamble less?
- People around you have criticised your gambling?
- You’ve tried to recoup lost money by gambling more?
- You’ve borrowed money for gambling?
- You’ve felt guilty about your gambling or its consequences?
- You’ve engaged in illegal acts to obtain money for gambling?
Each question you’ve answered with “yes” indicates a potential risk of addiction. Contact us for an objective assessment:
We can provide you with comprehensive information about gambling. Take the opportunity to obtain a neutral, non-judgemental assessment of your gambling behaviour.
We’ll then give you an outline of available help for your diagnosis and personal situation, if necessary. This could include the following, for example: ongoing support in having yourself excluded as a gambler, participation in group sessions for people with gambling problems or referral to inpatient therapy.
We offer individual, couples and family counselling.
Treating addiction requires comprehensive and holistic support. That’s why we work closely with specialist clinics, support groups, debt counsellors and other social services.
These confidential consultations are voluntary and free of charge. Interpreters are engaged as necessary.
We invite you to attend our discussion group for people with gambling problems. The discussion group is led by a specialist for gambling problems.
Register here for the group sessions:
Information for Institutions
- Specialist presentations for social services and multipliers on the addictive potential of gambling (gaming machines, poker, sports bets, online gambling etc.)
- Information sessions and support for project days at schools and Contributions to regional health care bodies