The focus of our professional development centre is to provide learning and development opportunities for all Gambler's Help staff and professionals in related sectors. We provide information and resources to help health and welfare professionals identify people with gambling problems experiencing harm from their own, or a significant other's, gambling and more effectively respond to their needs.
The professional development centre also runs clinical projects and translates Foundation research into practice.
Professional Development Centre
The Professional Development Centre has a range of interesting training opportunities coming up to support Gambler's Help and other healthcare professionals in delivering services to their clients.
Read more about our events and training.
Health and community professionals
We work with partners across the health and human services sectors to improve service integration and referral processes so we can provide Victorians seeking help with as seamless an experience as possible.
Read more about our work with professionals.
Professional development in 2017–2018
What is Gambler's Help?
Gambler's Help is a free and confidential service that offers a range of specialised counselling services to people experiencing harm from their gambling as well as their families.
Read more about Gambler's Help.
Referring clients into Gambler's Help
Many clients will feel reluctant or uncomfortable about calling Gambler's Help services, and many may not know such services exist. We guide you through the steps to take to refer your client into a Gambler's Help service.
Read more about referring a client into Gambler's Help.
Gambler's Help support options news
- Reclaim your life with the 100 Day Challenge — 3 Jan 2019
- Look after your welfare and your wallet this holiday season — 12 Dec 2018
- Preventing gambling harm in CALD communities — 26 Jun 2018
- 100 ways to do more with your life — 25 Jun 2018
- Take a break from gambling: 100 ways in 100 days — 22 Jun 2018