Addiction Studies Degree - Minot State University





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Published on Apr 15, 2015

Addiction counselors work to prevent and treat addiction disorders. Working one-on-one in group sessions they help clients:

- Understand addiction and develop strategies to maintain a sober lifestyle
- Learn how to cope with stress and life's problems
- Rebuild professional relationships and reestablish careers
- Improve their personal relationships with family and friends

Our faculty members are sought after for their scholarly expertise and their contributions to the community. They have both the academic training and the real world experience to provide you with the knowledge and skills you need to be an effective addictions counselor. Faculty members are involved in research related to addictions and are actively involved in state licensure and setting national standards for addiction studies education.

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