Short-term certificate in chemical dependency counseling. Provides educational hours for CDCA Phase I & II credential. If student has 4-year baccalaureate degree, educational hours apply to LCDC II credential.
This series of courses is designed to meet the 180 clock hours of chemical dependency specific education required by the Ohio Chemical Dependency Professionals Board to apply for licensure. It is for individuals who have previously earned or are in the process of earning at least an Associate degree in behavioral science.
According to the Department of Labor, all human service areas are going to be growing; currently the seventh fastest growing profession in the occupational outlook data.
270 clock hours of chemical dependency education are required for social workers, counselors and other human service professionals to apply for licensure with the Ohio Chemical Dependency Professionals Board.
While taking MHT 1130, contact HSBH department to schedule meeting with faculty advisor.
Important information about the educational debt, earnings, and completion rates of students who attended this program: View the Gainful Employment Information
|MHT 1130||Introduction to Addictive Illness||3|
|MHT 1236||Assessment & Diagnosis of Substance Use Disorders||3|
|MHT 2137||Treatment Techniques in Substance Use Disorders||3|
|MHT 2138||Ethical Issues in Behavioral Healthcare||2|
|MHT 2235||Family Dynamics of Addiction||3|
|MHT 2253||Issues in Chemical Dependency||3|