This course provides a practical, field-based experience of between 130-200 hours in an addiction counseling setting for Master's Degree Counselor Education Department students seeking "dual licensure" (LPCC & LADC). These are students who have completed CE 680: Practicum, are enrolled in or have completed CE 690-Internship, and need the extra hours to accrue the 880 hours required for addiction counseling licensure. The faculty of the Counselor Education Department regards the internship as an integral component of its counseling programs. Academic and applied counseling skills are synthesized and used by approved interns on a daily basis in an addiction counseling setting. Internship is a vital educational component for future LADCs to learn and practice the 12 Core Functions and 8 Practice Dimensions of an addiction counselor in a supervised clinical setting.
Counselor Education-Graduate Studies
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