Addictions Counseling 2017NEWSchool/Trainer:Greenville, Simpsonville, Taylors, South Carolina, United States
Course format: Classroom
This course provides specific skills for the diagnosis and treatment of substance abuse and addictions. Topics to be discussed include causes and diagnoses of addictions and treatment modalities. ...
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