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Diploma - Addiction Professional
DIPLOMA PROGRAM OVERVIEW
- NTI is licensed by the Florida Department of Education, Commission on Independent Education #2142.
- This Commission recognizes all NTI Diplomas and training standards. NTI provides three Diploma Programs that support the unique and specific needs of a diverse student body. Students are prepared to serve in various capacities in secular and faith based recovery support services and in addiction treatment and counseling programs. Faith and spirituality are included as integral aspects of holistic recovery.
- Students are encouraged to choose a Diploma Program by completing the STUDENT ENROLLMENT AGREEMENT early in their training. Once enrolled, confer with NTI Staff to develop your individualized educational plan.
- Diploma Program students who may want Florida Addiction Certification at any time in the future are STRONGLY ADVISED to confer with NTI Staff soon after enrolling in a Diploma Program to develop an individual educational plan to meet each of their goals.
For more information and to obtain the Student Enrollment Agreement call or email the NET Institute at 1-407-236-9400 or email@example.com.
Note: Fees in the amount of $250 are included in all Diploma Programs. Promotional Discounts DO NOT APPLY to Diploma Programs. In addition, textbooks are NOT included in Diploma Program pricing, but must be purchased separately.
Addiction Professional Diploma Program
Purpose: to provide comprehensive course work in addiction, counseling, recovery support services, co-occurring issues of mental illness and addiction plus more on clinical supervision. Students completing this diploma program will be prepared to provide direct addiction services.
This program continues to build on previous coursework to cover content relevant in clinical addiction treatment and in dynamic recovery. The Addiction Professional program provides selected topics to broaden the student’s knowledge of the field with an emphasis on understanding clinical practice and the vital role of clinical supervision, professional standards, community involvement and leadership.
Additional coursework and electives are available in patterns of use, approaches to treatment, relapse prevention, addiction and mental illness, group work, ethics, client education, family dynamics, “The Life Model” as an approach to holistic health and recovery, and community outreach and more.
Meets educational requirements for Certified Addiction Professional, CAP.
Students will be able to:
- Acquire a knowledge base appropriate for employment in the vast addiction field.
- Identify various screening and assessment tools for clinical evaluation.
- Develop an appropriate treatment plan.
- Recognize primary and secondary psychiatric disorders in clients with substance abuse disorders.
- Satisfy the educational requirements for Certified Addiction Professional, CAP.
Course Texts and Materials: Coursework is based on subject matter content that includes a variety of sources, including, but not limited to, public domain documents, textbooks, video / audio clips and trade books, including faith-based materials.
Note: Our courses are recognized by many other professional boards worldwide. Our curriculum also includes many uniquely Christian resources that are used by individuals providing support to and working in thousands of Christian programs worldwide. For more information on our Christian courses and programs, contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students are responsible for purchasing textbooks. Estimated textbook cost $425.
Addiction Professional Program: 370 Clock Hours
|Course #||Course Titles||Hours|
|RD-RSS-05||Recovery Support Services||5|
|RD-RMC-15||Recovery Management and Coaching||15|
|AD-HA1-15||Help for Alcoholics - Part 1||15|
|EI-CC-05||Ethics: Cultural Competence||5|
|EI-RM-15||Ethics: Recovery Management||15|
|CI-RSR-15||Resiliency and Self-Repair||15|
|CI-HIV-08||HIV/AIDS and Hep C||8|
|AD-DA-15||Drugs of Abuse||15|
|AD-PU-15||Patterns Of Use And Treatment||15|
|CS-CC-15||Core Counseling Functions||15|
|CS-PC-10||Process for Certification||10|
|AD-HS-15||High Society: Costs & Consequences||15|
|CS-CP1-15||Counseling Practices 1||15|
|CS-CGP-10||Counseling Practices: Group||10|
|EI-AC-10||Ethics: Addiction Counseling||10|
|AD-HA2-15||Help for Alcoholics - Part 2||15|
|RD-FD-15||Family Dynamics and Recovery||15|
|CS-CP2-15||Counseling Practices 2||15|
|AD-AM1-15||Addiction and Mental Illness - Part 1||15|
|AD-AM2-15||Addiction and Mental Illness - Part 2||15|
|RD-AA-10||12 Steps - Biblical Foundations||10|
|AD-PP-10||Power of Prevention||10|