Addictions Counseling (ADAP)

ADAP 301 Foundations of Addictions Counseling1 Credit

Provides a foundation for the theoretical, practical, and applied addictions counseling skills necessary for individuals wanting to work in the addictions field.

Prerequisites: PSYC 233.

ADAP 350 Cultural and Ethical Issues in Addictions Treatment1 Credit

Provides an overview of ethical, cultural, and legal considerations associated with the field of addictions.

Prerequisites: ADAP 301.

ADAP 380 Pharmacology and Addictions1 Credit

Provides an overview of pharmacology and infectious diseases associated with the field of addictions.

Prerequisites: ADAP 301.

ADAP 401 Special Populations and Addictions1 Credit

Outlines the unique treatment needs of special addiction populations and the promising new practices within the addictions field.

Prerequisites: ADAP 301.

ADAP 420 Addiction Counseling Approaches1 Credit

Outlines the different evidence-based treatment approaches in the addictions field.

Prerequisites: ADAP 301 and ADAP 350.

ADAP 450 Addictions Assessment and Group Counseling1 Credit

Exploration of the approaches to addictions clinical assessment, treatment planning and group counseling skills as outlined by the Colorado Office of Behavioral Health. Meets the educational requirements for becoming a Certified Addictions Counselor Level II.

Prerequisites: ADAP 301.

Terms Typically Offered: Fall, Spring.

ADAP 499 Internship1-3 Credits

Professional practice with individuals, groups, and communities in various sites under professional supervision.

Course may be taken multiple times up to maximum of 10 credit hours.