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Basic Counseling in the Treatment of Addictions

Introduction to and training in basic individual counseling skills. Emphasis is placed on developing proficiency in skills and attitudes necessary for individual counseling.  Course texts are: 

Berger, A. (2010). 12 Smart Things to do When the Booze and Drugs are Gone. Hazelden: MN. (Available through Amazon.com or Hazelden.com).
Small, J. (1981,1989). Becoming Naturally Therapeutic: A Return to the True Essence of Helping. Bantam Books: NY. (Available through Amazon.com or Alibris.com)

General information about the certificate program can be found at:  http://extension.lmu.edu/acc  An application to participate in the Alcohol and Drug Counseling Certificate can be obtained by sending an email to acc@lmu.edu


Status Registration Not Available
Course Code DACX804.0181466
Session Spring 2013 
Category Alcohol and Drug Counseling 
Days Tu  
Dates 1/15/13 - 3/12/13  
Times 7:15 PM - 9:45 PM 
# of Classes
# of Weeks
Format Classroom 
Credit(s) Earned 2.5 

Admission Requirements

Acceptance of a program application. 
Instructor Berger, Ph.D., Allen 
Location and
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LMU Campus, University Hall, 1866 
1 LMU Drive
Los Angeles , CA 90045

Prerequisites Introduction to Alcohol & Drug Counseling (DACX800.01). Attendance at an information meeting is strongly recommended. 

 
Fee(s)

 
This course is a flat rate fee regardless of the number of registrations purchased.
$ 385 Tuition

 
$ 385 Total Fees