chemical dependency counselor

chemical dependency counselor

A health care professional who provides guidance and assistance to people addicted to drugs or alcohol and to their families and significant others. Counselors also educate the public about substance abuse and participate in addiction prevention programs.
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Crandell received a master's in counseling a decade ago and is now a licensed professional clinical counselor and licensed independent chemical dependency counselor in Ohio.
The addition of a licensed chemical dependency counselor would provide timely and critical assessment and outreach to patients during this severe time of need.
In addition to the need for active listening skills and detached empathy, a chemical dependency counselor needs to integrate cultural and socio-economic factors, as well as more advanced medical knowledge into the treatment of their clients.
She holds Licensed Professional Counselor and Chemical Dependency Counselor II credentials from the state of Alaska.
She is a licensed professional counselor and licensed chemical dependency counselor in Ohio.
These facts all point out the urgent necessity to send anyone suffering from addiction to treatment that will enable them to live a drug-free life" emphasized Derry Hallmark, the Director of Admissions and a Certified Chemical Dependency Counselor at Narconon Arrowhead.
He is licensed by the state of Texas as a professional and chemical dependency counselor.
The guide is specific and comprehensive, responsive both to current scientific research and the intangibles of treating addiction, and it includes a solid foundation for the beginning chemical dependency counselor with a ready resource for the experienced counseling practitioner.
The cutback comes on top of $5 million that the college had to slash from its budget last spring, which resulted in a 27 percent tuition hike starting this fall and the elimination of popular programs, such as radio broadcasting and chemical dependency counselor training.
She has experienced corrections from various angles, working as a correctional counselor, chemical dependency counselor, supervisor, assistant superintendent, unit manager and captain, in both male and female facilities.
The present study, therefore, represents an initial but systematic inquiry into chemical dependency counselor types, based on their views of addiction and valued treatment practices.
MARKERT is a chemical dependency counselor at the Matrix Institute in Los Angeles.

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