Dan Field, LCSW (Clinical Director) is a therapist specializing in gambling addiction treatment. He brings over ten years working with problem gamblers and their families in private practice and has served as Program Director at the Beit T’Shuvah Right Action Gambling Program in Los Angeles, CA. In addition to his clinical work, Dan serves as Adjunct Professor at the USC School of Social Work where he trains graduate level social workers on addiction and mental health. He also provides clinical supervision for licensed gambling addiction specialists through the UCLA Gambling Studies Program.

Brad Ruderman, CADC II (Lead Clinician) has worked as the Program Coordinator for Beit T’Shuvah Right Action Gambling program for five years and has completed the CalGETS Provider Training Phase I Program. His clinical experience is marked both by working with hundreds of problem gamblers and affected individuals as well as his experience as a volunteer in the Psychiatry Department at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. Born and raised in Los Angeles, he developed a severe gambling disorder while working on Wall Street and has since turned his life around and is now dedicated to a life of abstinence and recovery.

David Leong, LCSW (Clinician) attributes his commitment to treating gambling addiction to his own experiences with overcoming an addiction to sports betting. David stopped gambling for good in 2017 with Dan’s guidance and his active participation in the Beit T’shuvah Right Action Gambling Program. He recently completed his Masters of Social Work and completed the CalGETS Provider Training Phase I Program. Combining clinical experience with empathy for the highs, lows, and despairs of gambling addiction, it’s David’s mission to help others find their way out of the cycle once and for all.