Friday, August 23, 2019 from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM CDT
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Adler University 
17 N Dearborn
15 Floor - Community Room
chicago, IL 60602

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Bill Johnson 
Illinois Council on Problem Gambling 

9th Annual Conference on Problem Gambling
"A Personal Perspective"
August 23, 2019, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Adler University
17 N. Dearborn St., Chicago, Illinois  60602
$25.00 Registration Fee
Two Nationally Recognized trainers with years of personal and professional experience working with excluded and at risk populations. (Women and Veterans)

"Counseling Veterans"

Dr. Jospeh Troiani, Ph.D., CADC

Dr. Troiani is on the Faculty at Adler University, Chicago, since 1993. He is a retired Navy Veteran after 34 years of service. He is approaching 50 years of work in the Addiction and Mental Health field.

Dr. Troaiani's academic background includes a Ph.D. in Clincal Psychology, M.A. Clinical Psychology, MSSI in Strategic Intelligence, M.A. Health Administraion, B.A. in Psychology and Sociology.
A few of Dr. Troiani's select presentations are:

1. Early Warning Signs for Violence Prevention, through detection & intervention
2. Intergenerational Coummuincations Techniques, Intgergenerational Differences with todays Combat Veterns, The Spritual Trauma of War
3. Behavioral Health Issues with Returning Afghan and Irag War Veterans.

Click Here to View Dr. Troiani's Resume'/Vita

"Counseling women with a Gambling Disorder"
Michelle Malkin, JD., MS.

 Michelle is in recovery from a Gambling Disorder, and now a Ph.D. student and researcher on the consequences of gambling addiction with a focus on gender and gambling motivated crime. She is a doctoral student in the School of Crminal Justice. Her doctoral cognate is in Public Health.

Michelle's academic background includes a J.D. from Northeastern University School of Law, and M.S. in Criminal Justice from Michigan State University, a B.A. in Sociology from Southern Illinois University.

A few of Michelle's research interests are:
1. Gambling Motivated Crime
2. Queer criminology
3. Women in corrections
4. The federal criminal justice system

Click here to view Michelle's Resume' / Vita