The certificate program is also designed for licensed clinical professionals in the field who would like to add this professional credential. The coursework offered through the Addictions Treatment Certificate fulfills approximately half of the educational credits required for licensure in the State of New Hampshire. Interested candidates are encouraged to check with the Licensing Regulations and New Hampshire Board of Licensing for Alcohol and Other Drug Use Professionals to understand if previously taken courses fulfill the additional NH State educational requirements for licensing.
Additionally, coursework/trainings focusing on specific areas such as HIV/AIDS and SUD Ethics may need to occur beyond the Addictions Treatment Certificate Program based on individual students’ previous education and requirements of the New Hampshire Board of Licensing for Alcohol and Other Drug Use Professionals.
This certificate program provides specialized education to treat individuals with addictions and related disorders and is in alignment with the professional licensing standards for alcohol and other drug abuse counselors. The Addictions Treatment Certificate Program is nine credits.
Students who are already licensed clinical professionals in the field who would like to add this professional credential can take the nine credit certificate program by itself. Students who are currently enrolled in PSU’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling program can add these three courses within their 63 credit master’s degree.
|CO 5720 Addictions and Related Disorders||3|
|CO 5730 Addictions Treatment Modalities||3|
|CO 5740 Seminar and Internship in Addictions Treatment||3|
Total for Addictions Treatment – 9 credits
Requirements for the Addictions Treatment Certificate only
- Official transcripts showing conferral of bachelor’s degree
- Maintain a 3.0 GPA or better in the required courses
- Completion of application for admission
Students who wish to add the Addictions Treatment certificate to their current MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling should speak with their advisor.
Summer 2018 Registration – Opens April 16
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