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Ohio Gambling Treatment Fellowship

The Ohio Problem Gambling Treatment Fellowship is an intensive year-long educational and supervisory program for treatment professionals. The goals of the program are to prepare clinicians in providing gambling treatment services, aiding private practitioners and community agencies in improving gambling treatment services, professional development, and strengthening Ohio’s workforce. The Fellowship is comprised of training, clinical consultation, project planning, implementation and evaluation, and professional development. The program concludes with fellows providing an oral case presentation.

The Fellowship began in 2016 and has graduated 40 Fellows over eight classes. Fellows represent private practice, community agencies, and county boards, providing problem gambling services throughout Ohio. Alumni act as presenters in the Gambling Disorder Case Presentation series, in which they walk the audience through clinical encounters while discussing screening tools, treatment strategies, and topics related to the case.

Applications for the 2024 Fellowship are now open. The Fellowship is comprised of training, clinical consultation, case conceptualization and professional development. The program concludes with Fellows providing an oral case presentation. Fellows will be asked to bring ideas of potential cases to the Orientation on October 23, 2023 for discussion. Cases for the end-of-year presentations will be selected and confirmed by each Fellow and the Program Facilitator by the third meeting (Dec. 11, 2023).

Applications are due in full by Monday, September 11th, 2023.

Click here to see program requirements and submit your application.

For any questions regarding this application or the Fellowship, please contact

Fellowship Facilitator: Mike Rosen, LPCC-S

Mike is an experienced gambling disorder clinician who graduated from the inaugural class of the Ohio Problem Gambling Treatment Fellowship in 2016. Mike is a former board member of the Problem Gambling Network of Ohio. His efforts in his practice assure that quality clinical care is guided by “Best Practices” principles and that the counseling staff is operating in accordance with OhioMHAS guidelines.

Fellowship Alumni