What are the best counselor qualifications and training to get ahead?

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What is the best training for becoming a counselor? What types of ongoing training or certifications are necessary to be an effective counselor?

What do non-traditional career paths look like?

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Connie Kimball in El Cajon, California

116 months ago

What types of training, college or certifications is necessary to be a counselor?

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Bidya Aryal in Central District, Hong Kong

84 months ago

Is there any counsellors network forum in which counsellors can have conference about any case in difficult situation?

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pbankhead1 in Waukegan, Illinois

79 months ago

Connie Kimball in El Cajon, California said: What types of training, college or certifications is necessary to be a counselor?

In Illinois you have to have a CADC- Certified Drug & Alcohol Certificate in order to receive this certification. You must work uder direct Supervision for 2 years without a Degree or 1 year if You have a Bachelors degree just to sit for the CADC Testing.

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Cristina, CT in Groton, Connecticut

76 months ago

Hi, I wanted to know how you would get a job to be under direct supervision for 2 years? Also, you need to have a bachelors, what ever happened to an associates? How do I find out the requirements for my State?

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Jean in Old Hickory, Tennessee

76 months ago

What if you are looking for a career change and counseling is the field you would like to transfer into; however, you dont have teh certifications nor the degree, but is working towards it. What is the likelihood of obtaining ajob offer and where would I look?

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