This course explores the skills, understanding, & knowledge needed to provide effective, ethical & person-centered substance use counseling

The Addiction Counseling Competencies course is designed to explore the skills, understanding, and knowledge needed to provide effective, ethical, and person-centered substance use counseling services. Based upon the SAMHA addiction counselor competencies, this course explores the practical application of these competencies and how they strengthen the therapeutic relationship with a client.

Six (6) Continuing Education Units will be awarded to Addiction Counseling Competencies participants. This training meets the addiction treatment education requirements for ICAADA’s CADAC, ACIT and other clinical/treatment credentials. Peer Recovery Coaches should not take this course as CEU’s.

This training provides CEU for:

Social Workers

Addictions Counselors

Marriage & Family Therapist

Mental Health Counselors


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