NY State Program Code: 28920 HEGIS Code: 2104.10 CIP Code: 51.1508
The Substance Abuse Counseling concentration provides specific training in the delivery of clinical services to clients and their significant others who seek treatment for chemical dependency. Through combining insights from various theoretical models with evidence-based practices, students will be prepared to work in a variety of settings, including hospitals, outpatient programs, community mental health centers, and rehabilitation programs. The concentration is intended to be completed in conjunction with the Masters in Psychology or Mental Health Counseling degrees. Upon completion of their courses, students will have satisfied the required 350-hour educational requirement by New York State.
Students will be eligible to apply for a CASAC-T training permit from the New York State Office of Alcohol and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS). The CASAC Trainee certificate serves as documentation that you are working toward becoming a CASAC. On behalf of OASAS, the Department will award a Certificate of Completion.
Program requirements for students entering in fall 2015 and after