Certified Alcohol/Drug Counselor Program
A Cooperative Effort Between
Spring 2011 (Please note changes in course numbers due to new Banner registration system.)
H E 2299 GAIN 1: 3 credits.
No course description available at this time. PREREQ: Permission of instructor.
H E 3312 Ethics for Addiction Counseling: 3 credits.
Provides information regarding ethical and legal issues in the field of chemical dependency counseling. Topics include values and helping relationships, client's rights and counselor responsiblities. PREREQ: Admission to Health and Nutrition Science or permission of instructor.
H E 3314 Group Skills for Addiction Counselors: 3 credits. Introduces students to group theory and practice as a treatment modality in counseling clients with chemical dependency issues. PREREQ: Admission to Health and Nutrition Science or permission of instructor.
H E 234 Blood Borne Illness 1 credit. Provides a basic understanding of blood borne pathogens/infectious diseases within an addictions framework. Promotes competency and ethical responsibility in assessing client needs in regard to blood borne pathogens/infectious diseases. PREREQ: Admission to Health and Nutrition Science or permission of instructor.