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What classes do I have to take to become a substance abuse counselor? 

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Behavioral health professionals with training in substance abuse can provide a range of services that are likely to enhance the quality and quantity of care available to patients.

Counselors working with clients in substance abuse treatment may experience vicarious trauma and vicarious PTG.

Results support future work on SPs as teaching and evaluation tools in substance abuse counseling.

This comprehensive program can serve as a model for substance abuse counselor educators developing SACE programs at other universities.

Treatment for behavioral, psychosocial, and psychiatric problems should be integrated with substance abuse interventions.

Its purpose is to suggest that the profession of rehabilitation counseling can have a positive impact on the professionalization of substance abuse counseling.

Survey findings reveal that treatment counselors support a number of different causes for substance abuse.

Findings raise concerns about the scope and quality of clinical supervision available to substance abuse counselors.

Findings suggest that clearly defined procedures and sufficient staffing of qualified substance abuse counselors could lead to better programs.