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Becoming a Substance Abuse Counselor

 Substance abuse counselors have very demanding jobs, thus they have to prepare for it through different educational substance abuse courses that are extensive and specific. They help people with drug, alcohol, eating and gambling problems to fight their addictions, counseling them in both individual and group therapy sessions. If you want to become a substance abuse counselor there are many colleges and universities that offer programs in this field. You can also take the courses online. Substance abuse counseling courses can also be taken through certification organizations. Requirements for a license or certification vary from state to state, but the commonly required credentials are a counseling or social work master’s degree and state licensure. In addition, you can choose to be certified by the National Board for Certified Counselors, which could increase job prospects, but requires two extra years in a supervised field study. If you have the compassion to help others and you’re looking for a career well paid as well as personal rewarding, being a substance abuse counselor might be the right choice for you.

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