Certificate in Addictions Counseling
|HE-285||Drugs and Society||3|
|or CJ-285||Drugs and Society|
|HE-208||Systems of Addictions Treatment||3|
|or CJ-208||Systems of Addictions Treatment|
|HE-354||Addictions Counseling of Individuals and Families||3|
|or CJ-354||Addictions Counseling of Individuals and Families|
|HE-406||The 12 Core Functions of Addictions Counseling||3|
|or CJ-406||The 12 Core Functions of Addictions Counseling|
|HE-407||Pre-Practicum Seminar in Addictions Counseling||3|
|or CJ-407||Pre-Practicum Seminar in Addictions Counseling|
|HE-409||Practicum in Addictions Counseling||3|
|or CJ-409||Practicum in Addictions Counseling|
|CJ-409||Practicum in Addictions Counseling||3|
|or HE-409||Practicum in Addictions Counseling|
Courses must be have a minimum grade of C and must be taken at WSU. Credits cannot be earned through life experience portfolio.
After completing the practicum, and required supervised practical work experience (2000-6000 hours depending on highest degree earned), certificate students may apply for and take the state licensing exam for the LADC II.
- Online Application and $30 Application Fee
- Student must have a high school diploma or GED
- Evidence of successful completion of PS-101 or its equivalent (official transcript)
Non-matriculated students should contact Elena Arranz, at firstname.lastname@example.org, for more information about the Addictions Counseling Certificate.