Alcohol and Drug Counseling Certificate Program Orientation Session August 5, 2014 College of Extended and International Education Admission Application Official Admittance –no restrictions to enrollment Provisional Admittance-will not be able to enroll beyond this semester if request(s) are not satisfied. Program Overview Consists of 11courses 27 extension units—upper division Courses transfers to Human Services & Human Services transfer to ADX. SOC, PSY & Human Services Prepares students for entry into the field at a professional level Well known by treatment centers in area Approved by most state certifying agencies CAADAC Approved program Courses Introduction to Alcoholism-ADX 300 Introduction to Counseling-ADX 301 Counseling the Individual-ADX 302 Perspectives on Drug Abuse-ADX 303 Group Counseling Techniques-ADX 304 Family Dynamics & Treatment-ADX 306 Seminar in Counseling Fieldwork I- ADX 351 & Counseling Fieldwork I- ADX 352 Seminar in Counseling Fieldwork II- ADX 353 & Counseling Fieldwork II- ADX 354 Courses-Electives Classes Ethical Considerations* Cognitive Behavior Treatment–ADX 309 (Domestic Violence ) Process Additions - ADX 311 (Covers a wide variety of Addictive Disorders) Class Schedule All Classes are offered in the evening only 6:30- 9:30pm Fall and Spring and 6pm to 10pm during the Summer semester All classes are held one day per week for 3hours Classes are held M-Th on its assigned day All students must be registered in a given class prior to sitting in, in order to participate in the class Registration You may register AS ADVISED for ADX 300, ADX 301 and/or the elective course offered this semester (ADX 309 or ADX 311) ONLY Registration-A late fee will be charged of $25 if not registered by 1st day Financial Aid-the total cost of the program is $4625, plus $1300 for books/supplies; subject to change. Must have 6units for financial aid 310-243-3647 Registering for Classes No on-line registering ONLY in person or via telephone Be aware of when school/class start. Fall, Spring and Summer : last week of the month for August/January/May Attendance/Tardy and Grading Speak to instructor if something is going on, not the last minute Review your syllabus over the course of the semester to ensure you are not missing anything Class Rotation Importance of planning your schedule New students can ONLY enroll in ADX 300, ADX 301 and/or the elective class offered, ADX 309/311. however, if instructed otherwise you may only take what was advised The Introductory courses (ADX 300 & ADX 301) are offered Fall and Spring semesters ONLY, All other courses alternate between semesters and/or course Class Rotation Alternates between semesters: Individual and Group (302/304), Drugs and Family (303/306), and the Practicum Courses (ADX 351/352 & ADX 353/354) and the Electives Courses (ADX 311 or 309) ADX 302, 304, 351/352 and 311 are all taught in the same semester. ADX 303, 306, 353/354 and 309 are all taught in the same semester Class Rotation Alternates semesters and between courses: The Field Work Courses (351/352 & 353/354) ADX 351 & ADX 352 MUST be taken BEFORE ADX 353 & ADX 354 Fieldwork Classes The first Fieldwork Seminar/Internship Classes (ADX 351/352) should not be attended until you have completed and successfully passed two semesters At minimum, you must complete at least 4classes in the ADX program BEFORE you can enroll in the Fieldwork I Class and its Internship (ADX 351/352). You must PASS Fieldwork I seminar and its accompany internship class (ADX 351/352) BEFORE enrolling into Fieldwork II and its accompany internship class (ADX 353/354). Fieldwork Classes Once enrolled in the Fieldwork Classes (ADX 351/352 or 353/354) you will be required to affiliate yourself with a State Certifying Agency. State website http://www.adp.cahwnet.gov/ Counselor Certification Requirements and list of certifying organizations http://www.adp.cahwnet.gov/Licensing/LCBho me.shtml Certificate You MUST pass ALL classes with a C or better. You MUST complete the ADX program courses with a 2.5 GPA AND all 300 hours of Fieldwork in order to request the Certificate. Consideration for the Certificate can be submitted AFTER you have passed ALL classes and grades are posted. Submit request to the ADX Administration building. Disabled Students If you require special accommodations to succeed in your educational goals while at CSUDH, please contact Disabled Students at 310-243-3660. Please provide all paperwork to each Instructor at the beginning of the course or as soon as documentation indicating your need is received. Other Guidelines and Procedures Professional Conduct. Professional field, no judgment Computer/information literacy expectations for students that include power point presentation, etc. CLASS for assistance with writing skills Other University Regulations-attendance, plagiarism Textbook list Parking: Semester pass or daily for $5 Please refer to http://www.csudh.edu/ee/alcoholdrug.html School Starts: Fall, August 25, 2014 Faculty Veronica Bobe-Kollmeyer, MFT- Domestic Violence Dario Ghio, MFT- Introduction to Alcoholism Jean Henricks, Ph.D.- Intro to Counseling Timothy Hutson, MA- Perspective on Drugs & Process Addictions George H. Melgarejo, MA, CEAP, SAP- Group Victoria Scott, MS,CADC-II, LAADC- Individual and Family Toni B White, LCSW, CDVC-III- Practicum Courses Toni, Veronica and Timothy all have their ADX Certificate Open Forum Questions and Answers Thank you and welcome to the beginning of your new life.