Addiction Studies Minor
This minor prepares students for Chemical Dependency certification by meeting the twelve counselor core functions as outlined by the Idaho Board of Alcoholism/Drug Counselor Certification, as well as related issues.
This minor meets the twelve counselor functions as outlined by the Idaho Board of Alcohol/Drug Certification, Inc. (IBADACC), as well as related issues.
The counselor core functions are:
- Treatment planning
- Crisis intervention
- Case management
- Client education
- Reports/record keeping
- Consultation with other professionals
Students who major in Psychology need to be aware that some elective psychology courses may require a discussion or disclosure of personal information, such as relationships with parents or significant others. This also includes courses students must take for the Addiction Studies minor.
The 32-34 credits of required course work for the addictions studies minor will meet the educational credentialing requirements outlined by the IBADACC for Idaho Students of Addictions Studies (ISAS). Additional course work is required for the state of Washington.
|ADS-243||INTRODUCTION TO ADDICTION STUDIES||3.00|
|ADS-442||ETHICAL PRINCIPLES IN COUNSELING 1||3.00|
|ADS-443||CASE MANAGEMENT AND CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY 1||3.00|
|ADS-444||CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY AND PHARMACOLOGY 1||3.00|
|ADS-446||CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY AND FAMILY SYSTEM 1||3.00|
|ADS-448||CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY AND THE GROUP APPROACH 1||3.00|
|ADS-449||ASSESMENT/SCREENING AND CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY COUNSELING 1||3.00|
|ADS-470||CRISIS INTERVENTION 1||3.00|
|ADS-495||PRACTICUM IN PSYCHOLOGY||1.00-3.00|
|PSYC-101||INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY||3.00|
|PSYC-440||COUNSELING THEORIES AND TECHNIQUES 1||4.00|
Recommended for Washington certification.