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Presenter Preview | Sarah Sense-Wilson

The Importance of IOPs

Enjoy the Presenter Preview and join us on June 28, 2021, for the virtual training:

IOP and Other Intensive Approaches to Outpatient Treatment for Gambling Disorder
Presented by Panel: Tana Russell, SUDP, WSCGC-II, NCTTP, Facilitator; Susan Campion, Chris Dupuis, MA, CGAC-II, CADC-I, QMHP, Craig McElroy, SUDP, WSCGC-II, and Sarah Sense-Wilson, LMHC, SUDP, WSCGC-II

For more information you can watch Sarah Sense Wilson’s full video blog here.

Virtual Mid-Month Training – June 14-15, 28-29, 2021

Presenter Bios

Sarah Sense Wilson (Oglala) LMHC, SUDP, WSCGC-II, has two decades of experience facilitating for a variety of therapeutic treatment groups, including Intensive Outpatient. Sarah has a decade of training and experience in the field of Problem Gambling and has served as Tulalip Tribes Family Services’ Problem Gambling Coordinator for the past six years. Sarah’s specialized attention to cross cultural and culturally responsive treatment approaches is in alignment with best practices and her tribal values and principles. Sarah’s counseling approach and orientation supports a strength-based model for working within tribal community settings. Sarah applies therapeutic techniques and interventions within a family systems framework and thereby effectively engages individuals, couples, family members, and friends in the counseling process.