This certificate will prepare professionals with the necessary theories, assessments and modalities to counsel, prepare, and implement treatment plans for substance abuse clients, their families, and co-workers. Contact Dr. LaVelle Hendricks at LaVelle.Hendricks@tamuc.edu.
The Chemical Dependency Counseling Graduate Certificate Program requires admission to the Graduate School and includes 12 semester hours of graduate coursework.
Requirements to complete the Chemical Dependency Counseling Graduate Certificate (12 semester hours)
|Introduction to College Student Affairs
|or COUN 501
| Introduction to the Counseling Profession
|Counseling Theories and Techniques
|Assessment and Treatment of Chemical Dependency
|Internship in College Student Affairs
|or COUN 552
| Internship 1
Note: All coursework must be taken from Texas A&M University-Commerce with a GPA of at least 3.0 on all courses used for graduate certificate. (No Substitutions)
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