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The program is designed to provide academic The Chemical Dependency Counselor Certificate Program
preparation and field experience for requires students to take courses under four major categories:
individuals employed or preparing for behavioral, drug/alcohol, skills attainment, and fieldwork.
employment in public and private agencies that Completion of all required courses and Psychology 14 or 41 with
serve clients with alcohol and drug problems. a grade of ³C´ or better is required for the certificate.Upon
receipt of this certificate, students also become eligible to opt for
the prestigious State of California Certificate from the California
Association for Alcohol/Drug Educators (CAADE).
Students who successfully complete the
Chemical Dependency Counselor Program of
study will be able to:
PSYCH 1 - Introduction to Psychology - 3 units
*Demonstrate understanding of the day-to-day PSYCH 2 - General Psychology II - 3 units
professional activities in a public/private PSYCH 37 - Family Systems - 3 units
 
 chemical dependency agency PSYCH 43 - Principles of Group Dynamics - 3 units
PSYCH 63 - Prevention and Education - 3 units
*Provide

   !" #"$ %assistance to other professionals PSYCH 64 - Introduction to Drugs/Alcohol Abuse - 3 units
working with the chemically dependent PSYCH 65 - Intervention, Treatment, and Recovery - 3 units
population as well as with families and PSYCH 67 - Counseling Techniques (Chemically Addicted) - 3 units
employers of chemically dependent individuals PSYCH 81 - Fieldwork I - 3 units
PSYCH 82 - Fieldwork II - 3 units
*Transfer to four-year colleges to obtain One course from the following:
degrees in the helping professions such as PSYCH 14 - Abnormal Psychology - 3 units
psychology, counseling, chemical dependency PSYCH 41 - Life Span Psychology - 3 units
counseling, and social work Total Units - 33
All courses are at least CSU transferable. All students are strongly
*Be employed as counselors in substance encouraged to complete the AA/AS degree. Tutoring and many study
abuse facilities skills (effective writing, note taking, research, etc.) are readily
available in the LASC Learning Center. All students have access to
the Behavioral Sciences Computer Lab.

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