In this graduate level program, students learn to provide a client-centred and client-driven continuum of treatment for individuals with addiction problems. With a solid framework of individual and group counselling skills, the students study individual, gender and societal considerations and the resulting treatment implications. They practise motivational interviewing techniques and learn the importance of matching client needs with intervention options. In addition, students reconstruct education and prevention strategies and design, facilitate and evaluate such tools.
- Post-secondary diploma, or degree, with a specialty in human, health or social sciences
Applicants must meet ONE of the following requirements to be eligible for admission to this program:
Applicants will be selected based on their academic grades. An overall minimum average of 65%, C+ or GPA of 2.5 is recommended in post-secondary studies. Resume and letter of intent (upon request).
View the Addictions:Treatment & Preven articulations on the Credit Transfer Centre page.
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