COUNSELING SKILLS COURSES
In-depth counselor training including techniques, treatment protocols, treamtment planning, case management & referal.
Diagnosis and Treatment
Review the guiding principles and essential attitudes needed for working with COD clients. Review techniques for working with COD clients and those within special populations.
DSM-5 Update Review
Major changes have been made to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual in its 5th revision, particularly on alcohol and other substance-related disorders..
Strategies for Co-Occurring Disorders
You will learn to identify treatment resistant populations and ways to adapt and tailor evidence-based strategies to their client’s specific needs and help them stay engaged in treatment.
Clinical Supervision and Competencies
Clinical Supervision is generally provided by a trained, certified or licensed professional with extensive knowledge, skills and experience in addiction and/or mental health counseling practices.
Counseling Practices 1
In this course you will have an enhanced ability to understand, work with, and implement the screening, assessment, and treatment plan process.
Counseling Practices 2
You will have an enhanced ability to understand, work with, and implement the processes of Counseling, Referral, Service Coordination and Documentation.
Counseling Practices: Group
Group counseling is the most powerful motivation for change for clients with substance use and abuse issues. You will learn to understand, work with, and implement group treatment.
Addiction Counseling Techniques
This in-depth, personally reflective look at some of the current techniques used in addiction recovery will give students a richer understanding of how these techniques actually work.
Addiction Treatment Planning
You will learn to use The Addiction Treatment Planner as a tool to create client specific treatment plans based upon individual needs.
Case Management and Referral
Case management can ensure smooth transitions to the next level of treatment care, avoid gaps in service, and respond rapidly to the threat of relapse.