Receive 15 Clock Hours and understand why it is best to use culturally responsive counseling skills with all patients and special populations in treatment when you purchase this substance use counseling OASAS approved training.
Counseling and Communicating with Families and Significant Others - Course work that provides knowledge of:
- The basic theory and skills needed by Substance Use Disorder counselors to work effectively with individual family members, significant others, and whole families include:
o Family counseling theories, dynamics, and roles;
o Observing and responding to family interaction;
o Education of family members on the biological, psychological/emotional, and social
impact of substance use disorders;
o Issues relating to children of persons with substance use disorders;
o Assisting family members to understand and apply healthy boundaries;
o How Substance Use Disorders affect society and the family of the substance user;
• Relapse/recurrence of symptoms topics (e.g. awareness of relapse/recurrence of symptoms, maintaining a commitment to recovery, utilizing available resources) aimed to assist the families/significant others of SUD clients.
Self-study, self-paced addiction counselor training includes videos, SlideShare documents, PdFs, Case Studies, short quizzes to test your knowledge, etc.
You can always access a certified professional trainer by eMail, phone, or virtual meeting.
Our online training courses provide you with high-quality, affordable education and training in the comfort of your home, favorite cafe, or anywhere you choose to study.
Once you purchase your training, you'll receive an email with your access code, login, and begin.
Your courses are available 24/7, and your initial cost covers all educational materials provided with your purchase—no hidden fees.
Once you finish the complete training and the final assessment, you'll receive your certificate of completion.
You will receive 15 clock hours for participation and completion of this training.