Gambling addiction is a psychological disorder that affects a person’s ability to resist the urge to gamble, often leading to financial and emotional distress. It is an impulse-control disorder that is characterized by an uncontrollable preoccupation and urge to gamble, despite the harms it can cause. Gambling addiction can take many forms, such as betting on sports, playing the lottery, playing poker, or playing slots. It can lead to serious problems, including relationship issues, job loss, financial ruin, and even criminal activity.

When would you recommend gambling addiction therapy?

Gambling addiction therapy is a form of therapy that focuses…