Certificate in Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counseling
The Five Course Certificate is for the student pursing a concurrent degree in any area. It is also appropriate for the student who has completed a degree and wishes a concentration in this area.
The certificate in Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counseling provides a practice-oriented knowledge base including teaching both concepts and applications.
The major objectives of the certificate program are:
- Preparation of students for employment in substance abuse treatment settings;
- Increase students awareness and understanding of alcohol and other drug abuse in society;
- Provide current information on alcohol and other drug abuse treatment and practice; and
- Provide current information, knowledge and skills in working with substance abusers and their families.
Course Requirements (15 cr)
- HSRV H 202 Introduction to Alcohol and Drug Abuse (3 cr)
- HSRV-H 302 Psychological Aspects of Alcohol & Drug Abuse (3 cr)
- HSRV H 304 Basic Counseling Skills (SWK S231 for BSW Students) (3 cr)
- HSRV-H 323 Social Systems Aspects of Alcohol & Drug Abuse (3 cr)
- HSRV-H 401 Treatment Seminar in Alcohol and Drug Abuse (3 cr)
|Lisa Steiner||Coordinator of Alcohol/Drug Certificate Program||Office TR156 (765) 973-8408|
|Sheila Armstead||Clinical Assistant Professor/Practicum Coordinator||Office TR154 (765) 973-8534|
|Ed FtizGerald||Director of Social Work||Office TR152 (765) 973-8422|
|Linda Melody-Cottongim||Administrative Assistant||Office TR150 (765) 973-8535|