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Participants in the Certificate in Human Resources (Addictions Counseling) will:
- Acquire knowledge of the psychological, social and physiological aspects of substance addictions.
- Gain knowledge concerning the effects of substance abuse on individuals, relationships, and society.
- Learn effective intervention and treatment strategies to help those impacted by and at risk of substance abuse disorders.
- Demonstrate basic skills in documentation, treatment planning, and other services in regards to assessing and treating substance abuse disorders.
- Learn skills to provide culturally competent treatment that reduces barriers to participants accessing services.
These objectives support ECU’s mission of fostering learning in a culturally diverse society and promote leadership for economic development by training counselors to excel in substance abuse counseling.
Applicant must hold a Master’s Degree in one of the following areas: General Psychology, Special Education, Child Psychology, School Counseling, or a related counseling area. School Psychologist Certificate candidates will be eligible to complete the OSAT certification exams for School Psychologist (033) and Psychometrist (034). School Psychologist certificate students will only be eligible to seek a state LPC licensure if they hold a Master’s Degree in an area related to mental health and accepted by the stated LPC licensure board. A minimum total of sixty (60) semester credit hours, including coursework in the following program of study, are required.
Financial Aid Regulations for Graduate Students
Students, please be advised that the courses you choose to enroll in MUST be a required course or an elective course in your degree program. Financial Aid regulations dictate that any graduate student who is seeking financial aid must be enrolled in AT LEAST five (5) credit hours during the fall, spring, or summer semester and the courses MUST be in the degree program.
*Certificate Programs do not qualify for financial aid.