Chapter title: Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Motivational Interviewing and Problem Gambling Treatment

Author: Jane Oakes, Ph.D.

Affiliation: University of South Australia/University of Adelaide, Australia

Author: Quentin C. Black, BSc Hons (Psych), M App Psych, MBBS

Affiliation: University of South Australia/University of Adelaide, Australia

Author Biographies:

Dr. Jane Oakes is a program facilitator at PsychMed and has previously held senior positions, including the Gambling Services Coordinator for Turning Point’s Telephone and Online Services and the Gambling Topic Coordinator and lecturer within the Master of Addictive behaviours Monash University and Flinders University. She has expertise in using CBT to treat anxiety disorders, alcohol and drug dependence, depression, and Gambling Disorder. She has a keen interest in treating gambling addictions and has published articles, written website materials for national and state gambling programs, and given invited presentations and workshops in this area both nationally and internationally.

Dr. Black is a medical practitioner, clinical psychologist, researcher, senior clinical lecturer in clinical psychology and psychiatry, School of Medicine, at the University of South Australia and the University of Adelaide respectively. Dr. Black is the PsychMed Program Director and the Managing Director of WARRI. Dr. Black has 37 years of experience working in mental health and alcohol and other drug fields in academic, public, and private settings, and has 25 years of experience as a clinical lecturer and educator, and is committed to promoting excellence in evidence-based mental health services, teaching, and research.