Prepare for a career as a drug and alcohol counselor. Save and enrich the lives of people struggling with addiction. You can reach these goals with a degree in Alcohol and Drug Counseling. Learn how to respond effectively to substance abuse problems, whether you are a community college transfer student, someone who wants to complete an undergraduate degree, or an allied professional (social worker, psychologist, nurse, school counselor, law enforcement officer).
You will also:
- Form professional therapeutic relationships with people struggling with addiction.
- Learn how to carry out evidence-base interventions that help people and their families move from life-threatening addiction to life-affirming recovery.
- Explore your many interests related to substance abuse problems.
- Gain the skills to qualify for licensure.
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