ADCS300 – Clinical Externship

ADCS300 – Clinical Externship

ADCS300 – Clinical Externship

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About this course

A minimum requirement of 255 hours of practical experiences performed at an agency approved by the aforementioned instructor. The student must complete all of the 12 Core functions at internship site. Each core function requires a minimum of 21 hours practicum. The application of knowledge and skills in a practice setting is essential to professional counseling. The field work is the means by which students learn to apply and integrate acquired knowledge and values; and to refine skills that are taught in the classroom.

Breakdown of Internship Hours:

– Supervised Practicum Course (Classroom) 45 Hours

– Supervised Field Work (Internship) in the Core Functions: 252 Hours

– Agency Orientation: 3 Hours

Total: 300 Hours

Specialty Credential Courses

 

Certified Peer Recovery Specialist (CPRS)

Peer support services – advocating, mentoring, educating, and navigating systems – are becoming an important component in recovery-oriented systems of care. Sharing recovery experience is deeply rooted in the addiction field, but it is a newer concept in mental health. The inclusion of peers with practical experience on teams with degreed clinicians is increasingly being emphasized by the U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) – in both addiction and mental health settings.

Credentialing provides much-needed standardization to the rapidly growing profession of peer recovery support. Becoming credentialed demonstrates competency, by having professional expertise and qualifications verified by an independent evaluator. It recognizes the achievement of a standard of ethics, education, and experience necessary to provide quality recovery support services. The Certified Peer Recovery (PR) credential is designed for individuals with personal, lived experience in their own recovery from addiction, mental illness, or co-occurring substance and mental disorders.

►100 hours education/training approved by CCAPP Education Institute

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Our course begins with the first step for generating great user experiences: understanding what people do, think, say, and feel. In this module, you’ll learn how to keep an open mind while learning.

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