Allen County Community College offers a Certificate in Addiction Counseling for students who want to work analyzing, treating, and preventing relapses of patients who suffer from addictive behaviors or drug or alcohol addiction. All social groups in society have different forms of addiction problems, including drugs, alcohol, gambling, binge eating, smoking, hoarding, and a variety of other behaviors that result in a psychological or physiological need to continue those behaviors. Through the program, students will develop advanced skills to help counsel those with disorders. This will require understanding of psychology and developmental issues in treatment of addictions.
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