Chair, Behavior and Social Science Dept., Tamura Howard, PhD.
CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY COUNSELOR
The CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY COUNSELOR Program is designed to provide academic preparation and field experience for individuals employed or preparing for employment in public and private agencies that serve clients with alcohol and drug problems. Students will learn to discuss, describe, and demonstrate the intake/initial interviewing process in a clinical setting, and the treatment planning process in a clinical setting.
The RECOVERY SPECIALIST Program prepares students to work in chemical dependency counseling facilities to assist in the counseling process during the recovery stage. Students will be able to discuss and describe the substance abuse recovery process and the intake/initial interviewing process in a clinical setting.
The FINGERPRINTING Program compares and contrasts the differences in various fingerprint characteristics, analyzes and describes different fingerprint patterns and how they affect fingerprint classification according to their patterns.