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    4 courses found in Semester FALL 2013
THE OVERVIEW  / CASAC 12
This class offers a general account of material to be covered in far greater detail in the rest of the course offerings. Topics covered include the effects of substance abuse on family dynamics and on the development of children within the family.
(30 hours toward Section One; 5 hours toward Section Four)
COUNSELING THE CHEMICALLY DEPENDENT, PART 1 (Individual)  / CASAC 3
This course will provide an in-depth review of various theories, modalities, and techniques currently used in the field of addiction counseling. Emotional, intellectual, and behavioral principles and concepts will be synthesized to enable you to treat the client as a whole person. Upon completion of the course, you will have a clear understanding of the process of individual counseling.
(All toward the 150 hours required for Section Two)
ETHICS AND PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT  / CASAC10
The Canon of Ethical Principles for counselors will be reviewed in detail along with State and Federal laws and regulations pertaing to the field of couseling.
(All 35 hours toward Section Four)
ALCOHOLISM: A PRIMARY DISEASE  / CASAC13
This course is for counselors whose previous training and experience has been focused on drugs other than alcohol. Topics to be covered include interventions, the pathology of alcoholism, alcohol dependence and withdrawal, screening methods, and the various examinations, psychosocial measures, and treatments available. By the end of the course students will have a comprehensive understanding of the current principles and practices used to treat alcoholism.
(20 hours toward Section One; 15 hours toward Section Two)