International Course Addiction Counseling Certified Training
IACI Certified Training
Basic training abstinence based guidance and counseling.
january 14 15 16 17
march 2 3 4
The goal of the course is to understand and practice the basics of addiction counseling.
We will train intensively during seven days in three months. Our aim is to learn and practice core functions of an addiction counselor. You will work on assignments in the time between the two blocks.
In this basis course we will focus on the psychopathology of addiction, how to support and counsel patients and how to become a reliable professional.
In order to function professionals, we invite our students to work on themselves as well. The combination of being in recovery and helping others can be a challenge which needs rigourous dedication and the capacity to take our feedback.
Our groups work closely together, studying IACI is a great opportunity to meet others and get acquainted with organizations we can introduce you to. We work in groups of ten students maximum.
Type of training
- Ongoing education
- Basic training
- Process of change
- Motivational Interviewing
- Choice Theory
- Ratio Emotive Behavioral therapy & CBT
- 12 Steps in profession
- Pharmacology/understanding trauma
- Referral and consultation
- Crisis intervention
- Basic record keeping
- Working with groups
-Are capable to learn and understand at a post graduate level.
- Are convinced that remaining abstinent is the only way to remain in recovery from drugs, alcohol and compulsive behaviors.
-Are in recovery or interested to work in the field of addiction.
Students in recovery
Are motivated to have or learn a wider approach to the process of addiction recovery than their own.
Do regular attendance of AA/CA/NA/XA meetings.
Are over 12 months in recovery.
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€ 2.250 (VAT free)
Lunches, coffee & tea, refreshments included.
Almere (Amsterdam), Holland
Ten students maximum.
5,4 ECTS (European Union))
What are ECTS credits good for?
The ECTS credit system makes degree programmes and student performance more transparent and comparable all across European Union countries.
ECTS replaced or complemented the different local (national) standards within Europe. Thanks to the ECTS credit system students from EU-countries can go abroad and study a degree that will be universally accepted all throughout the European Union.
151,4 SBU (Registered Study Hours)
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