ADCS Institute 2018 Digital Catalog

Digital Catalog

A Profession With Purpose

Learning Objectives

1. Provide students with the knowledge, skills and clinical skills necessary to meet the initial didactic and externship required by The California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals CCAPP.

2. Provide students with a supportive web-based learning experience to help them build the confidence and attitude needed to succeed in this exciting and gratifying career path.

3. Prepare students to take their CCAPP required exams with the goal of securing employment in the profession of Substance Use Disorders Counseling.
Application Prerequisites

To apply for admission to the program, complete the online application, including a 250 word essay detailing your interest in the program. Be prepared to upload scans of the following supplemental documents

Personal letter of interest in the profession of addiction counseling.

High school diploma or equivalent

Program Overview

The ADCSI CCAPP Certificate Course meets all requirements for yaccreditation by the California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals, This three part distance learning program consists of:

315 hours of online interactive instruction

45 hours of practicum

255 hours of clinical training

Topics covered, and skills acquired through the program include an overview of chemical dependency, core competencies in recognizing characteristics, patterns and progression of chemical dependency, physiology and pharmacology, client assessment, crisis intervention, treatment planning and case management, legal and ethical considerations are also closely studied, as well as family and group counseling, client education and personal and professional growth.
Interactive Learning Management System
ADCSI Uses Digital Chalk As Our Primary Learning Management Platform Specifically Designed For The Adult Learner. Providing Quality Education Anywhere You Have Internet Access.

Today’s Adult Learner Needs The Flexability And Convenience Of Working Toward The Completion Of Their Educational Goals While Maintaining Work And Family Life. We At ADCSI Understand The Importance Of Balancing Both Personal And Professional Development.

Tuition & Fees

ADCSI Is The Most Affordable CCAPP Approved Web-Based Program of our Quality: Offering A Blend of Teaching Methods Including -PowerPoint Presentations -Audio Lectures -Video Presentations -Textbook Reading -Essay Writing -Scheduled Live Web-Based Discussions With Instructor or Other SUDs Counseling Professionals -Quizzes and Final Exams Within Digital Classroom

ADCSI Registration/Application Fee : $150

CCAPP Certificate Track Web-Based (Self-Paced Program: $5,500) Includes 255 Hrs. of Clinical Supervised Externship.

Discounted Tuition Rates For Groups or Treatment Centers: Contact Us For More Details at (562) 644-5730

Textbooks Included In Tuition.

Individual Didactic Courses: $650

Clinical Track (Includes Supervised Practicum and Externship) $1,500 If Needed Without Additional Didactic Courses. Note: Supervised Practicum and Externship Are Included In All CCAPP Tracks.

IC&RC Test Prep (Web-Based In Digital Classroom) $275

Financing Available For Those Who Qualify

CCAPP CEU Courses: Coming Soon.

IC&RC Pre-Certification Education APPROVAL In The Following States




North Carolina

Contact Us Today To See If ADCSI’s Education Can Be Recognized By Your State Certification Board.

Module Outline

ADCS0009-RADT 9 Hour Orientation

Is offered to all students prior to beginning core modules, CCAPP processing fee is included in cost of registration. After completion of this course, ADCSI will forward the results to CCAPP at which time you will be issued a RADT Number. CCAPP Individual Membership Fee also included in cost of tuition.

ADCSlOO -introduction and Overview of Addiction and Treatment 45 Hours

This introductory course examines the history of alcohol and other mood altering drugs in the United States, the myths and stereotypes that are associated with alcohol and drug abuse, the sociocuitural factors that contribute to the use of alcohol and drugs, as well the patterns and progression of chemical dependency.

ADCS 101-Physiology and Pharmacology of Alcohol and Other Drugs 45 Hours

During this course, students will examine the effects of alcohol and similar legal psychoactive drugs have on the body and on human behavior, the damage that is done to the body and behavior, specifically to the brain, liver and other major body systems.

ADCS102- Law and Ethics 45 Hours

This course explores the legal and ethical considerations for alcohol and drug abuse counselors as well as the counselor's interaction within the community.

ADCSlO3-Case Management 45 Hours

This course focuses on the case management in its entirety, form the intake process through the aftercare and the follow-up phases/ including the best management practices.

ADCS104-Counseling Theories and Techniques 45 Hours

This course explores the counselor-dient relationship as well as the theories behind the techniques employed in individual, family and group counseling,

ADCS105-Personal and Professional Growth 45 Hours

The alcohol and drug counselor's education continues for the entirety of his or her career. This course explores signs and prevention of burnout as well as avenues of ongoing personal and professional development.

ADCS200-Supervised Practicum 45 Hours

Our web based platform currently supports 1 to 10 students in attendance at one time. The capability to increase the allotted number of students per class is there if needed. Measurement: Supervised Practicum students will also be required to complete quizzes and examinations. Their grade is also based on performance examinations while presenting psychoeducationa! groups and mock individuaf, group sessions and performance of counseling microskills.

ADCS300-Clinical Internship 252 Hours of Supervised Field Work 3 Hours of agency orientation

The application of knowledge and skill in a practical setting is essential to professional counseling. The field work is the means by which students learn to appiy and integrate acquired knowledge and values and to refine skills that are learned from the course work. Each student must complete all of the twelve core functions at the internship site/with each core function requiring a minimum of 21 practicum hours in each Core Function.

Rick Reyes, ADCSI Owner, SUD Counseling Studies Director
For More Information Or To Schedule Enrollment. Contact Program Director Directly

Rick Reyes

For Questions or To Register Please Contact ADCSI At info@adcsinstitute.com also feel free to contact us directly Via Text or Call at 562-644-5730 in order to schedule a time to speak with ADCSI's Program Director concerning your educational and career goals.

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