Lead Others to Freedom
Guide people to a better life with our Chemical Dependency Counseling certificate. Our 12-hour program prepares you with the necessary theories, assessments and modalities to counsel substance abuse clients, their families and coworkers. As a counselor, your job is not about fixing clients, but walking along with them.
No foreign language credits required
No thesis required
Chemical Dependency Counseling Graduate Certificate:: Featured Courses
Roles of counselors and related professionals in various settings are presented. Professional goals and objectives, trends, professional associations, ethical and legal issues, history, credentials, and preparation standards for counselors are explored.
A study of the philosophical and theoretical bases of the helping process. Includes study of major counseling theories, basic helping skills, and applications to diverse populations. Also includes professional issues related specifically to the counseling process.
Covers a broad range of topics related to chemical dependency with regards to school counseling, clinical mental health counseling, marriage and family counseling, career counseling, child and adolescent counseling, college counseling, and addictions counseling, along with other counseling specialties.
Provides in-depth information regarding the assessment and treatment of chemical dependency. Topics include coping skills; motivation for change; management of stress, anxiety, and anger; screening for chemical dependency in health care settings; various chemical dependency interventions; and planning specific treatments to match individual clients.