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Top 43 Substance Abuse Counselor Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Substance Abuse Counselor. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Substance Abuse Counselor resumes they appeared on. For example, 23.2% of Substance Abuse Counselor resumes contained Treatment Plans as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Substance Abuse Counselor actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Substance Abuse Counselor

1. Treatment Plans
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Here's how Treatment Plans is used in Substance Abuse Counselor jobs:
  • Conduct initial assessment and evaluation interviews for eligibility and develop treatment plans.
  • Participate in the development of individualized treatment plans.
  • Develop master treatment plans for patients in caseload, document and report patient progress on weekly and monthly basis.
  • Completed Treatment plans, group notes, 90 day reviews, 150 reviews and discharge summaries.
  • Assessed and wrote treatment plans and weekly progress notes for each client assigned to caseload.
  • Review and evaluate client s progress in relation to measurable goals described in treatment plans.
  • Formulated, modified treatment plans; provided individual, group, couples and family counseling.
  • Developed client treatment plans based on research, clinical experience, and client histories.
  • Developed treatment plans and discharge summaries for the client's re-entry to the community.
  • Created treatment plans and provided counseling for caseload of 34 patients receiving methadone.
  • Prepared Treatment Plans with problems, goals and actions to complete goals.
  • Designed, and initiated individual treatment plans for each participant.
  • Developed individual treatment plans with clients to address their needs.
  • Modify treatment plans to comply with changes in client status.
  • Created treatment plans and review random drug screens.
  • Create and implement patient specific treatment plans.
  • Develop comprehensive treatment plans in association with consumer stemming from psychosocial evaluation.
  • Handled a caseload of individual clients, created treatment plans, did individual therapy, and all necessary documentation needed.
  • prepared treatment plans, psychosocial and other paper work according to NYS requirements.
  • Establish mental and physical condition Make referrals when necessary Modify treatment plans when necessary Periodically review client progress.

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2. Substance Abuse
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Here's how Substance Abuse is used in Substance Abuse Counselor jobs:
  • Facilitated adolescent education and harm reduction for substance abuse with adults and teens.
  • Develop and implement a community-based adolescent substance abuse prevention and treatment program.
  • Provide specialty substance abuse services to consumers and serve as a resource to staff regarding issues relative to substance abuse treatment.
  • Experienced in advanced interviewing techniques; provided individual, group, and family counseling to adolescent substance abusers & their families.
  • Recognized need for more individualized treatment plans and implemented use of Substance Abuse Relapse Assessment to enhance treatment outcomes.
  • Provide aftercare plan for client's returning to the community to include program referrals for substance abuse treatment.
  • Provide Substance Abuse treatment to a client base of medium-security incarcerated females which included the following:.
  • Coordinate a variety of recovery services: Provide individual and group mental health and substance abuse counseling.
  • Conducted classroom presentations regarding substance abuse, adolescent issues, family dynamics, conflict resolution, etc.
  • Provide intensive substance abuse treatment and counseling through the Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP).
  • Completed assessments and court evaluations on patients who experienced problems due to substance abuse.
  • Promoted to Substance Abuse Counselor III as the lead counselor for the program.
  • Conducted individual and group counseling for substance abuse and other life skills.
  • Provide outpatient substance abuse counseling to adolescents and their families.
  • Work closely with adults who have substance abuse addictions.
  • Explained available substance abuse treatment services to clients.
  • Developed and implemented the psychoeducational curriculum for an entire adolescent substance abuse program.
  • Completed substance abuse assessments -Led individual and group counseling sessions with clients having substance abuse and mental health diagnoses.
  • Intervene with pregnant, post-partum, co-occurring disorders women with a history substance abuse and trauma.
  • Managed Care Coordinator Responsible for verification, pre-authorization, and re-authorization of managed care benefits describing outpatient substance abuse treatment.

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3. Intake Assessments
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Here's how Intake Assessments is used in Substance Abuse Counselor jobs:
  • Completed intake assessments, annual assessments, bio/psycho/social assessments and discharge assessments and requirements.
  • Performed intake assessments and completed all required documentation for services.
  • Conducted intake assessments for co-occurring addictive and mental health disorders.
  • Complete intake assessments and screenings to determine eligibility.
  • Complete intake assessments and personalized treatment plans.
  • Conducted intake assessments, Bio-Psycho-social interviews.
  • Completed intake assessments, individual and group counseling, case management, and discharge planning in Methadone Maintenance Program
  • Conducted comprehensive intake assessments for incoming clients to accurately designate the appropriate program level of care for client.
  • Completed intake assessments, discharge summaries, follow up recommendations and treatment plans with clients.
  • Conduct intake assessments for admission into the program based on DSM-IV TR criteria.
  • Provided intake assessments, and reassessments of clients needs on a quarterly basis.
  • Complete intake assessments, treatment/ transitional plans, and discharge summaries daily.
  • Conducted intake assessments to determine which level of treatment was appropriate.
  • Conducted intake assessments, treatment plans and discharge plan.
  • Conducted intake assessments which included a complete case history.
  • Performed intake assessments, developed treatment plans.
  • Facilitate individual counseling sessions Conduct intake assessments on all new consumers.
  • Conducted intake assessments using Bio-psychosocial model.
  • Completed pre-intake assessments for program admission.
  • Performed intake assessments (psychosocial) to determine appropriate treatment levels and approaches with adolescents to adults.

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4. Group Therapy Sessions
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Here's how Group Therapy Sessions is used in Substance Abuse Counselor jobs:
  • Facilitated quality group therapy sessions according to client need.
  • Supervised residents and provided daily group therapy sessions.
  • Facilitate group therapy sessions and individual sessions.
  • Conduct structured group therapy sessions with caseload and didactic sessions based on a curriculum and assignment by Program Director.
  • Conducted individual and group therapy sessions with patients who deal with opiate dependence and mental health concerns.
  • Facilitated intensive outpatient group therapy sessions with adult clients referred by Children Services Bureau (CSB).
  • Perform all necessary case management tasks, provide group therapy sessions and classes.
  • Facilitated individual and group therapy sessions with adolescence and at risk youth.
  • Provide or conduct individual group therapy sessions with clients about healthy lifestyles.
  • Provided individual and group therapy sessions for toddlers and preschoolers.
  • Provided individual and group therapy sessions and wrote progress notes.
  • Provide or conduct individual group therapy sessions with family.
  • Conduct group therapy sessions and individual sessions as needed.
  • Provided intensive, individual, and group therapy sessions.
  • Led 3 5 group therapy sessions each week.
  • Led one group therapy sessions each week.
  • Run group therapy sessions once a week.
  • Performed psychosocial assessments, created individualized treatment plans, and provided individual and group therapy sessions for male inmates.
  • Organize and co-facilitate group therapy sessions Create adolescent incentive techniques to encourage attendance
  • Facilitated multiple group therapy sessions including Women's Early Recovery, Men's Early Recovery and Women's Jail Services.

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5. Crisis Intervention
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Here's how Crisis Intervention is used in Substance Abuse Counselor jobs:
  • Provided academic assistance to residents as needed, intervene in crisis, utilized approved crisis intervention strategies.
  • Supervised counselor technicians and provide professional guidance in the areas of crisis intervention and behavior management.
  • Evaluate and make professional judgments and decisions for situations that require immediate crisis intervention.
  • Delivered crisis intervention and emergency care and complied thoroughly with agency's safety protocol.
  • Complete assessments and provide appropriate crisis interventions and risk assessments.
  • Co-facilitated group therapy; applied crisis interventions with clients/residential community
  • Perform Crisis Intervention and Problem resolution.
  • Performed crisis interventions as needed.
  • Perform on call crisis interventions for acute and chronic stress and substance related conditions while documenting outcomes and referrals.
  • Conducted crisis intervention sessions with clients on as needed basis and responsible for a caseload of individual clients.
  • Provided intake, assessment, case management, referral, crisis intervention, and individual counseling services.
  • Facilitate individual and group sessions, make aftercare referrals, provide case management and crisis intervention.
  • Provided crisis intervention to include being on call, going into hospital and jail settings.
  • Provide prompt and effective level of crisis intervention as required by client needs.
  • Facilitate 12 Step Groups, do intakes, and crisis intervention when needed.
  • Provided crisis intervention for preschool children not enrolled in the program
  • Provide crisis intervention in conjunction with other staff members.
  • Provide crisis intervention services, on an on-call basis.
  • Provide crisis intervention; render urine drug screenings.
  • Served as on-call counselor for crisis intervention in-takes.

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6. Referrals
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Here's how Referrals is used in Substance Abuse Counselor jobs:
  • Coordinated and provided community-based substance abuse prevention counseling to adults, including referrals from the Children's Protective Agency.
  • Explained available rehabilitation programs and made appropriate referrals.
  • Coordinated care and completed referrals when needed
  • Conduct Substance Abuse assessments and make appropriate referrals for parolees contracted through the State Board of Pardons and Paroles.
  • Monitor and assess safety needs of the clients and make appropriate referrals as needed;
  • Provide referrals as needed to get housing, medical, clothing or dental care.
  • Assist parents/students in or with crisis with community and educational resources and referrals.
  • Case management, assessments, referrals, vocational counseling, one on one therapy
  • Assess and make appropriate mental health referrals for mental health or medical services.
  • Assisted consumers with job and housing needs through referrals to social service programs.
  • Determine level of care, make referrals and secure services with community agencies.
  • Perform Case Management functions of linking and arranging for services and referrals.
  • Conduct inpatient referrals for clients that need a higher level care.
  • Implemented various referrals to detox, rehab and sober stations.
  • Provided direct interventions and referrals to clients and their families.
  • Provide appropriate referrals to clients with mental health issues.
  • Assisted with referrals for continuing and holistic client care.
  • Provided referrals for continuation of care as required.
  • Make referrals to extra assistance if needed.
  • Facilitate referrals to healthcare/mental health when needed and inform supervisor of these referrals.

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7. Mental Health
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Here's how Mental Health is used in Substance Abuse Counselor jobs:
  • Participate in promotional ceremonies for beneficiaries as well as professional development through workshops and seminars in mental health and substance abuse.
  • Provided coordination of services for consumers with co-occurring mental health disorders Implemented individualized person centered plans.
  • Counseled co-occurring disordered clients with mental health disorders such as anxiety and depression.
  • Collaborated with mental health professionals to ensure stability of patients mental health disorders.
  • Managed 15-20 person caseload of women with needs including food, housing, medical care, mental health needs and employment.
  • Completed mental health assessments, recommended types of care needed and was responsible for referring out clients to appropriate services.
  • Developed and utilized lesson plans to educate clients on substance abuse, mental health, and effective coping skills.
  • Initiated individual and group therapy to both adults and adolescents with mental health and substance abuse diagnoses.
  • Conducted outreach on substance abuse and related mental health issues to community, and private institutions.
  • Conduct mental health assessments to determine if the students need to be placed on suicide watch.
  • Conducted mental health evaluations, clinical interviews, assessments, and command consultations.
  • Explored dynamics of co-dependency, family of origin, Mental Health Wellness.
  • Provide counseling to adult clients with substance abuse and/or mental health diagnoses.
  • Presented in the community to increase awareness of mental health issues.
  • Maintain communication between mental health, county and community agencies.
  • Drug and mental health issues.
  • Counseled children (70%) and adults (30%) with mental health disorders such as MH/SA.
  • Job description, I audited all mental health charts for the different programs, Drug Medi-Cal and EPSDT and AB2726.
  • volunteer for Mental Health Disaster Team computer literate using e- file for cases managed case load of 30 plus patients
  • Worked as a Quality Assurance Specialist for, Mental Health Dept., from 6-15-08 to 1-30-09.

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8. Alcohol
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Here's how Alcohol is used in Substance Abuse Counselor jobs:
  • Coordinated and facilitated the Alternatives Program an alcohol diversion program for young adults with underage drinking citations.
  • Provided authoritative information concerning the drug and alcohol rehabilitation program to commanders and other supervisory personnel.
  • Developed and distributed relevant and comprehensive written materials on drugs and alcohol.
  • Provided individual drug and alcohol counseling to women victimized by domestic violence.
  • Monitored random drug and alcohol Toxicology screens.
  • Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Treatment Center.
  • Develop, organize, and conduct programs to provide education for conditions and problems relating to drug and alcohol abuse.
  • Redesigned and implemented the program of instruction for the Alcohol and Drug Prevention Training Course (ADAPT).
  • Served as Primary Drug & Alcohol Counselor; coordinated individual and group facilitation; intake and discharge planning
  • Develop and coordinate a wide range of programs in the area of alcohol and drug abuse.
  • Led supportive group discussions and education sessions with alcohol and drug users and their families.
  • Worked in residential treatment program for teens who were addicted to alcohol and/or drugs.
  • Implemented individually plan of care such as rehabilitation for using alcohol and drugs.
  • Support system for clients with drug and alcohol problems and behavioral issues.
  • Provided individual, and group counseling for alcohol and drug offenders.
  • Provide Drugs and Alcohol Counseling for adult population.
  • Coordinated referrals to employment and housing agencies Instructed Alcohol and Drug Information School bi-weekly
  • Provided drug and alcohol sobriety monitoring of offenders and other persons referred from the Cours, Probation and Human Services Department.
  • Advise people who suffer from alcoholism, drug addiction, eating disorders, or other behavioral problems.
  • Have working knowledge of 12 step program, Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous.

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9. Relapse Prevention
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Here's how Relapse Prevention is used in Substance Abuse Counselor jobs:
  • Provided education on addiction recovery and relapse prevention to patients at outpatient substance abuse treatment program.
  • Reduced harm risk behaviors through improved relapse prevention strategies and development of alternative coping techniques.
  • Provided family counseling to individuals and their families in relapse prevention and addictive disorders.
  • Facilitated relapse prevention and continuing care services.
  • Provided supportive services in relapse prevention.
  • Provided education on the cycle of recovery, stress management, coping skills, problem solving, and relapse prevention.
  • Educate clients in the areas of relapse prevention, 12 step recovery, identifying high risk situations, etc.
  • Facilitated Groups from 15 to 20 men three times per week on: We Skills and Relapse Prevention subjects.
  • Facilitated individual and group counseling sessions, such as encounter, relapse prevention, and chemical dependency groups.
  • Provision of two to four group therapy sessions each week focusing on life skills and relapse prevention.
  • Provide Outpatient - intervention, relapse prevention, peer support, crisis support, and individual therapy.
  • Provided direct services to clients and manage case loads/ Intakes, facilitated relapse prevention groups.
  • Administer assessment, intervention, counseling, relapse prevention, prevention and education.
  • Assisted patients with relapse prevention therapy when needed and relapse prevention tools.
  • Facilitated therapeutic substance abuse groups including addiction education, relapse prevention, psychoeducation and life-skills groups with women and adolescents.
  • Facilitate group's Relapse Prevention Family Reunification Co-Occurring Disorders, One on One Couseling linkage to outside resources Clinical Documentation
  • Facilitate relapse prevention groups, using cognitive behavioral and rational emotive techniques.
  • relapse prevention and after care.
  • Completed discharge responsibilities Facilitated groups for relapse prevention education and Family Education Managed a caseload of around 50-60 patients.
  • Provided Assessments, Crisis Interventions and Referrals Facilitated Relapse Prevention Groups Weekly Facilitated Individual Counseling Sessions.

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10. Anger Management
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Here's how Anger Management is used in Substance Abuse Counselor jobs:
  • Facilitated groups that were educational and therapeutic, which included: relapse prevention, anger management, and family/relationship issues.
  • Facilitated and monitored anger management groups with emphasis on assertiveness training and improving communications skills.
  • Assisted in providing education and tools for successful recovery in addiction and anger management.
  • Provided Substance Abuse counseling and the utilization of relapse prevention/anger management coping skills.
  • Focus on cognitive restructuring, anger management and parenting.
  • Facilitated Women's Anger Management group
  • Facilitated didactic groups, such as: Effects of Alcohol/Drugs, Etiology of Alcohol/drugs, Relapse Prevention and Anger Management.
  • Provide group and individual counseling services utilizing Matrix Intensive Outpatient, SAMHSA Anger Management, and Helping Men Recover curricula.
  • Facilitated weekly psycho-educational substance abuse groups, relapse prevention groups and Deciding Against Violence (anger management) groups.
  • Teach classes in Substance Abuse, Anger Management, Reintegration, Criminal Thinking and Domestic Violence Awareness.
  • Lead DUI remedial education group, substance abuse group, and anger management group per week.
  • Conduct daily individual counseling sessions and relapse prevention, Anger management, MICA and DWI groups.
  • Facilitated daily group therapy sessions including anger management, life skills, and substance abuse.
  • Conduct classes in anger management, substance abuse, prevention, co-occurring disorders.
  • Facilitated relapse prevention, anger management, and parenting skills groups.
  • Group facilitator for substance abuse, DUI and anger management.
  • Facilitated adult, adolescent, and anger management groups.
  • Conduct Anger management groups, and individual sessions.
  • Facilitated both individual and group education / therapy sessions Agency representative for truancy court and adolescent referrals Anger management specialist
  • Teach classes: Thinking for a change Moral Recognation Therapy Anger Management Stress Management Life Without a Crutch Relationships ie.

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11. Methadone
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Here's how Methadone is used in Substance Abuse Counselor jobs:
  • Monitored medical methadone treatment and reported any needed changes in patient's adjustments to ongoing treatment directly to Medical Director.
  • Utilized motivational interviewing and cognitive behavioral techniques to counsel caseload of 50+ patients at methadone maintenance program.
  • Facilitated counseling groups, including the Mothers on Methadone group and acupuncture detoxification.
  • Provided Individual counseling and case management for adults in outpatient Methadone Medication Program.
  • Coordinate dosing schedules of Methadone maintenance for pregnant women with medical providers.
  • Conducted frequent urinalysis prior to patients receiving methadone treatment.
  • Manage methadone intake and distribution.
  • Collaborated with a network of methadone programs, probation and parole departments, to ensure clients remained compliant with programming.
  • Identify issues with the patients and construct treatment plans for them to follow while going through methadone maintenance treatment.
  • Educated consumers about methadone maintenance, working with consumers and medical staff to ensure proper dosage.
  • Provide education on the effects of opiates and methadone and guide clients through the induction process.
  • Assisted in monitoring the distribution of methadone dosages that were required by the doctors.
  • Provided individual counseling for a caseload of 40 clients on a methadone clinic.
  • Provide counseling for over 65 patients in a fast paced methadone clinic.
  • Interned as a substance abuse counselor in a methadone maintenance clinic.
  • Provide methadone maintenance and drug free services for individual clients.
  • Assess clients for intake to methadone/harm reduction treatment program.
  • Worked as a therapist at a Methadone Clinic.
  • Educated patients on the benefits of Methadone.
  • Serve as sole onsite clinician in a private methadone clinic for high-functioning patients.

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12. Chemical Dependency
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Here's how Chemical Dependency is used in Substance Abuse Counselor jobs:
  • Facilitated Chemical Dependency Group utilizing the disease concept of addiction, focusing on triggers and relapse prevention.
  • Presented lectures on subjects appropriate to chemical dependency and the recovery process.
  • Disseminated information on chemical dependency to civic and education organizations.
  • Counseled and advises students with chemical dependency problems.
  • Complete individual chemical dependency assessment of new patients.
  • Performed chemical dependency assessments for youth and adults.
  • Conduct chemical dependency evaluations using ASAM criteria.
  • Facilitate chemical dependency intensive outpatient groups.
  • Conducted chemical dependency program orientation sessions.
  • Conducted chemical dependency assessments and provided written results to attorney, courts, individuals and insurance providers, as needed.
  • Provided one-on-one, and group chemical dependency counseling, education and information to clients assigned to the treatment program.
  • Provided direct care of treatment services to clients which consisted of counseling, chemical dependency education and crisis intervention.
  • Participate in orientation of inmates regarding the chemical dependency treatment programs and the Substance Abuse Education Program.
  • Worked to alleviate the suffering of those affected by the disease process of chemical dependency.
  • Provided in-patient counseling to persons with chemical dependency; managed caseload of 10-12 clients.
  • Counseled clients who were on a methadone maintenance program concerning issues of chemical dependency.
  • Counseled clients with mental health and chemical dependency issues in the Intensive Outpatient Program.
  • Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor-Intern Provided individual and group counseling and facilitated didactic groups in a prison facility.
  • Assist in the restructured and improvement of the female unit Conducted chemical dependency program orientation sessions.
  • Attend training sessions to increase knowledge and skills.Conduct chemical dependency program orientation sessions.

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13. Staff Members
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Here's how Staff Members is used in Substance Abuse Counselor jobs:
  • Trained and managed 10 staff members while running a family owned operation and achieved significant improvements in their productivity.
  • Completed incident and behavior reports when necessary; Communicated with other Staff Members to provide most effective treatment to residents.
  • Provide training to other staff members on doing assessments, referrals, and proper documentation.
  • Consulted with other staff members regarding treatment plans as deemed appropriate by the team leader.
  • Communicated with other staff members as needed and participate in case conference and meetings.
  • Supervised other counselors, case workers and staff members involved in the program.
  • Presented case history material for review and discussion with other staff members.
  • Coordinate with health care professionals and staff members to evaluate client progress.
  • Communicated with other Staff Members to provide most effective treatment to clients.
  • Collaborated with other staff members to perform clinical assessments and treatment plans.
  • Provided program supervision for clients and staff members on a daily basis.
  • Direct activities of professional and technical staff members and volunteers.
  • Participate in multilateral meetings with patient and staff members.
  • Trained and supervised student interns and new staff members.
  • Support staff members dealing with crisis issues concerning students.
  • Answered telephones and transferred calls to appropriate staff members.
  • Provided case consultation and clinical supervision for 14-20 staff members; Promoted ethical communication/ behavior, healthy boundaries and cooperative teamwork.
  • Attended weekly supervision and work collaboratively with staff members to promote positive change in client's maladaptive and behavioral functioning.
  • Collaborate with other staff members to perform clinical assessments and develop treatment plans, also active participation in individual supervision.
  • Participated in staff development activities Assisted in training and education of other staff members, interns and students

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14. New Clients
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Here's how New Clients is used in Substance Abuse Counselor jobs:
  • Facilitated intake assessment on new clients utilizing prescribed orientation procedures.
  • Interviewed and determined eligibility for 10 new clients weekly based on client information for compliance in the program.
  • Performed intakes on new clients when entering into treatment, also took urine screens on client's.
  • Orientated new clients to program's policy, rules, goals, procedures and services.
  • Interview, assess, and screen new clients for placement into appropriate treatment programs.
  • Focused on engaging new clients during their first 30 days of residential treatment.
  • Completed intake assessments and person centered treatment plans for new clients.
  • Performed initial interviews, intake and assessment for all new clients.
  • Performed screenings, assessments and orientation for new clients.
  • Interviewed and assessed 20 new clients each week.
  • Conducted program intake and orientation for new clients.
  • Interview new clients to create an intake assessment.
  • Complete intakes and assessment on new clients.
  • Registered new clients and performed intake assessments.
  • Complete intake assessments for new clients.
  • Interview new clients for methadone program.
  • Provided case management Provided screening/assessment/intake information for new clients, using a web based system.
  • Perform psychosocial assessments for new clients within oases' time-line parameters.
  • Complete psychosocial intake assessments on all new clients.
  • Facilitated individual and group counseling sessions Collaborated with program participants regarding treatment plans and updates Admitted new clients into counseling programs

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Here's how Community Resources is used in Substance Abuse Counselor jobs:
  • Assisted clients with opportunities to complete General Education Diploma and continued education via on-site and community resources.
  • Develop community resources and contacts to facilitate delivery of supported employment services.
  • Refer consumers to community resources as appropriate.
  • Provide referrals to pregnancy community resources.
  • Compiled and assisted clients with utilizing community resources including housing, health insurance, assistance and continuing mental health care.
  • Educate clients or community members about mental or physical illness, abuse, medication, or available community resources.
  • Developed a working knowledge of correctional or community resources in order to recommend or refer offenders for special services.
  • Developed and maintained an effective relationship with clients, treatment staff, community resources and the recovering community.
  • Provide treatment and guidance in line with accepted modules and refer clients to appropriate community resources.
  • Search and find housing, jobs, community resources for individuals transitioning out of program.
  • Referred residents and families to community resources to improve well-being and quality of life.
  • Referred clients and families to community resources to assist in recovery from substance dependency.
  • Maintained a comprehensive referral list of community resources for the treatment team as well.
  • Inform individuals about benefits, community resources, and community services.
  • Provide referrals and coordination of client support services and community resources.
  • Refer offenders to community resources available for treatment or housing.
  • Assess medical needs and refer to outside community resources.
  • Educate and refer patients to community resources.
  • Connect patients to community resources.
  • Work collaboratively with multi-disciplinary teams, community resources and organizations.

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16. Counselors
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Here's how Counselors is used in Substance Abuse Counselor jobs:
  • Supervised, monitored and trained counselors and treatment specialists in performing clinical services, case management, and documentation.
  • Conducted individual and group counseling Trained newly hired counselors Completed intake and assessments on new inmates
  • Tracked effectiveness of counselors for treatment efficacy and documentation quality.
  • Communicate with Behavioral Health counselors on a regular basis.
  • Alternate counselor responsibilities when other counselors are unavailable.
  • Supervised counselors for substance abuse certification.
  • Supervised counselors with assigned caseloads.
  • Mentor and played a lead role to substance abuse counselors to assist them in more complex cases for over 1,000 clients.
  • Partnered with new counselors and emerged as staff mentor; offered input and counsel on client cases.
  • Collaborate with other counselors and medical staff in order to provide the appropriate level of care.
  • Supervised field instructors and substance abuse counselors in wilderness therapy program for at risk youth.
  • Collaborate with counselors, social workers, therapists to plan or coordinate treatment.
  • Collaborated with physicians, nurses and other counselors for effective treatment.
  • Assisted the counselors in charting and filing client's information.
  • Maintained contact with counselors on a daily basis.
  • Directed staff of nine counselors.
  • Collaborate with other counselors to identify opportunities for program improvement and keep abreast of current trends and practices.
  • Ensured that interventions plans were understood and integrated for counselors to support clients intervention plans.
  • provided assessments and court referrals for OMVI offenders -trained contract counselors from 8/91 to 4/92
  • Work with a team of counselors and case mangers to create counseling programs.

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  • Coordinate and provide substance abuse prevention therapy to adolescences, including cognitive-behavioral therapy, individual therapy, and group therapy.
  • Conducted group and individual therapy in a wholesome environment in order to support recovery.
  • Provided educational groups and individual therapy to both inpatient and out-patient clients.
  • Provided weekly individual therapy sessions for dual diagnosed adults and adolescents.
  • Provided individual therapy focused on sobriety and deep internal issues.
  • Provide ongoing groups and individual therapy for chemically addicted patients.
  • Provide individual therapy, monitor clients on probation/parole.
  • Group and individual therapy; supervision; staff supervision
  • Interviewed clients and conducted individual therapy.
  • Conduct group and individual therapy sessions for adolescents and their families while assisting them to progress towards treatment goals.
  • Provided individual therapy & group counseling to caseload of 10 adults at 28-day treatment facility.
  • Conducted Individual Therapy/Group sessions with clients with Alcohol and Drug use/abuse and dependence.
  • Provided substance abuse services to inmates in weekly group and individual therapy.
  • Provide individual therapy to clients as necessary for level of care.
  • Job Description: Conduct group and individual therapy sessions.
  • Provide individual therapy to clients.
  • Conducted psychosocial assessments/conducted individual therapy sessions.
  • Directed staff meetings Engaged families in therapy Resolved multi-generational trauma in group therapy Helped adolescents in individual therapy
  • Facilitated group therapy sessions * Completed comprehensive bio-psychosocial assessments * Developed treatment plans * Conducted individual therapy sessions
  • Provide individual therapy Prepare and maintain clinical records.

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  • Evaluate and assess the need for treatment of students are experiencing academic issues, behavioral issues, and early substance abuse.
  • Provide a support system for people with drug and alcohol problems, eating disorders and other behavioral issues.
  • Conducted intensive training on each of the patients'' diagnoses, medications, and behavioral issues.
  • Facilitated workshops on behavioral issues such as violence, domestic abuse and eating disorders.
  • Support system for people with alcohol, drugs, and other behavioral issues.
  • Trained overall life skills in the area of communication and behavioral issues.
  • Responded to crises when severe mental health and behavioral issues arose.
  • Interpret and analyze data in relation to diagnosed behavioral issues.

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19. Probation Officers
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  • Progress reporting and consultation with probation officers.
  • Prepared weekly reports for probation officers.
  • Coordinated activities with halfway houses, inpatient services, courts, probation officers, community services, or other post-treatment agencies.
  • Assist clients with transportation to appointments, keep probation officers updated, assist with locating aftercare resources and housing options.
  • Communicate client progress and their compliance with the program, verbally and/or in writing to probation officers and parole officers.
  • Worked closely with Physicians, Nurses, Probation Officers, and Family members to support individual treatment goals.
  • Major role in customer relations, working one on one with the courts, Lawyers and Probation officers.
  • Collaborated with caseworkers, probation officers, and other health care professionals to advocate for client rights.
  • Coordinate care with doctor, nurses, PCP, probation officers to ensure proper care of patient.
  • Advocated for clients with coordination of care with Magellan Case Managers, Probation Officers, or TASC.
  • Interacted with funding & referral sources including BPA; Misdemeanor & Felony Probation Officers; and CPS.
  • Fostered correspondence with parole and probation officers to coordinate details of each client's treatment.
  • Worked with State Probation Clients, in which I communicated directly with State Probation Officers.
  • Progress reporting to Proposition 36 and Drug Court case managers, parole and probation officers.
  • Coordinate activities with courts, probation officers, community services and other post-treatment agencies.
  • Progress notes, discharge summery, coordination with Probation officers/ County Case Managers.
  • Collaborated with probation officers and drug court programs in support of clients.
  • Worked in tandem with probation officers to ensure compliance in the program.
  • Communicate with US Probation Officers on a day to day basis.
  • Provided updates to probation officers, drug court, communication to other social services agency.

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20. Community Outreach
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  • Case Management duties include enabling consumers to practice self sufficiency by enrolling in community outreach programs.
  • Performed community outreach in order to educate the public on substance-related disorders and effective treatment.
  • Collaborated and secured linkages with community outreach services and organizations for clientele essential needs.
  • Provided community outreach and educational activities the community to recruit new patients.
  • Referred clients to appropriate community outreach programs and addition support services.
  • Provided community outreach by attending school sponsored events and community projects.
  • Participated in community outreach activities on behalf of Bi-Valley Medical Clinic.
  • Participated in community outreach programs educating the community about addictions.
  • Coordinate community outreach programming for diverse populations.
  • Utilized community outreach programs to promote recovery.
  • Participate in community outreach programs.
  • Provided community outreach and education.
  • Promoted program services with direct community outreach and networking with coalitions and support systems to expand client base and services.
  • Represented PFH in the community giving speeches with a team at schools and participating in community outreach opportunities.
  • Provide home visits, community outreach, utilize community resource for effective services for each individual needs.
  • Conducted coordinate community outreach work to address and educate potential clients and referral sources.
  • Trained and supervised new staff member for a community outreach position.
  • Conduct community outreach about the dangers of drug and alcohol abuse.
  • Performed community outreach * Evaluated intake information, assessed clients' needs and made referrals
  • Case Manager Responsible for conducting follow-up interviews Responsible for treatment referrals Community outreach

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21. Asam
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  • Performed assessment of patients using ASAM criteria and recommendation for appropriate level of programming.
  • Prepared individualized treatment plans in accordance with established standards and ASAM dimensions.
  • Implemented client-appropriate treatment plans utilizing ASAM criteria.
  • Interviewed and managed clients throughout their initial registration and treatment, using a harm reduction approach with ASAM methodologies and principles.
  • Conduct substance abuse intake assessments using NJSAMS, and make appropriate clinical recommendations for treatment utilizing ASAM criteria.
  • Utilized information from in-depth assessments for the appropriate level of care using the ASAM criteria for placement.
  • Experienced with American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) Placement Criteria and DSM IV-TR diagnosis.
  • Perform intake assessments utilizing NJ SAMS; make clinical recommendations for treatment using ASAM criteria.
  • Experienced with initial assessments including the CASI and utilizing ASAM LOC criteria.
  • Administered ASI and ASAM assessments for incoming and continuing Medicaid patients.
  • Developed comprehensive treatment and discharge plans which focused on ASAM criteria.
  • Case Management, Charting, ASAM/ Addiction Severity Index, CIWA/COWS.
  • Completed intake process and paperwork for new patients including ASAM assessment.
  • Conducted Bio-Psycho-Social assessment, with DSM5 Diagnosis and ASAM placement.
  • Diagnosed clients using ASAM criteria for treatment.
  • Assess clients according to ASAM criteria.
  • Completed psychosocial assessments for incoming clients and placed them in the proper level of care needed using ASAM criteria.
  • Provided DUI Asam Level I to patients both male and female offenders.
  • Prepare all treatment plans, treatment plan reviews and bio psychosocial- CYBER/ASAM.
  • Facilitate complete biopsychsocial assessments according to ASAM PPC.

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22. Domestic Violence
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  • Identified and initiated contact with community-based resources to address client-specific issues related to homelessness, poverty, and domestic violence.
  • Conducted psycho-educational, relapse prevention, domestic violence, denial, and process therapy groups, with corresponding clinical documentation.
  • Conducted psycho-educational, relapse prevention, domestic violence, denial, and individual counseling, individualized treatment plans.
  • Facilitate group work for court-ordered domestic violence perpetrators with focus on faulty thinking patterns and entitlement issues.
  • Performed domestic violence and cognitive behavioral therapy.
  • Facilitate group sessions for Substance Abuse; Anger Management; and Domestic Violence for participants in the Department of Corrections Probation.
  • Case management, event planning, conducting seminars, processing intakes, and teaching Emotional Wellness, Domestic Violence classes.
  • Facilitated group meetings such as anger management, women's issues, domestic violence, and relapse prevention.
  • Created linkage/referrals in special classes; Parenting Skills, Domestic Violence, Anger Management, HIV/Aids seminars.
  • Partnered with community organizations to refer clients for mental health, domestic violence and employment readiness services.
  • Provided substance abuse education to victims of domestic violence living in the agency's safe house.
  • Assisted in the court liaison program advising domestic violence victims of their rights.
  • Group education including Domestic Violence Education, and Children in the Middle.
  • Facilitated Children and Parents groups for families impacted by domestic violence.
  • Provide counseling for domestic violence for the monolingual (Spanish).
  • Conducted workshops pertaining to domestic violence and parenting skills.
  • Initiate and facilitate domestic violence survivor's group.
  • Provided facilitation in process, domestic violence, and anger management groups.
  • Teach drug education and relapse prevention skills classes Lead support group for recovering individuals Co-facilitate Domestic Violence Prevention Education men group.
  • Reducated clients in a 3 fase Domestic Violence model and conducted sessions.

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23. Drug Screens
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  • Facilitated Group and Individual Addiction Counseling to clientele, Administered Drug Screens Completed necessary office duties, documentation, and paperwork
  • Managed a caseload of 50 patients including treatment planning, assessment, chart audits, case notes, and drug screens.
  • Provided drug screens and accountability Later transferred to facilitating a 16 week AODA residential program in a minimum security prison camp.
  • Use motivational interviewing and a person centered approach with patients to discuss recent choices and positive or negative drug screens.
  • Completed urinalysis drug screens to ensure client was clean of substances, and provided that information to the necessary persons.
  • Referred clients for medical examinations, drug screens and other services as deemed necessary.
  • Certified under DMH to distribute medications and to conduct drug screens when necessary.
  • Collect and interpret drug screens while providing immediate interventions for positive screens.
  • Review and audit client charts and complete random drug screens.
  • Conducted psycho-social assessments, urine drug screens and breathalyzer tests.
  • Conducted new client intake procedures: drug screens and vitals.
  • Conduct and supervise urinary drug screens (UDS).
  • Execute biochemical alcohol and drug screens.
  • Conducted drug screens on clients.
  • Provided direct counseling services and oversight of treatment plans, drug screens, and goal setting for 50+ clients in caseload.
  • Conducted intake screenings, assessments and urine analysis drug screens.
  • Conduct drug screens to track patient progress.
  • Collect urine drug screens Address crisis intervention issues Provide intensive group therapy: Criminal thinking, relapse prevention and substance abuse education
  • Manage case load of 40 patients Schedule randomized drug screens Maintain Treatment Plans per state guidelines Counsel patients as needed
  • Evaluated substance abuse clients Placed clients in small groups Conducted drug screens and completed court reports Made court appearances

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24. Family Therapy
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  • Facilitated family communication, conflict mediation and family therapy as indicated.
  • Conducted initial screenings, intakes, and individual/family therapy.
  • Facilitated education and therapy groups and family therapy.
  • Conducted individual and family therapy.
  • Provided Individual and Family therapy.
  • Facilitated group, individual, couples, and family therapy to drug and alcohol dependent individuals mandated by criminal justice agencies.
  • Used Psychotherapy, Family Therapy, Brief Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy; Trauma Therapy; Music Art and Recreational Therapy.
  • Facilitate individual, group, and or family therapy as determined by patient needs and in accordance with state regulations.
  • Provided individual, group and family therapy sessions for adults and adolescents as part of an outpatient substance abuse treatment program
  • Provided individual, group, and family therapy services to adolescents and their parents in juvenile court residential programs.
  • Provide marriage and family therapy to couples, youth and their parents to achieve improved emotional and behavioral wellness.
  • Conducted substance abuse assessments and worked with clients in individual, group and family therapy sessions.
  • Provide therapeutic interventions, including individual, group and family therapy as dictated by client needs.
  • Provide individual, group, couple, and family therapy as clinically determined.
  • Conducted individual, group, couples and family therapy as indicated.
  • Provided crisis intervention, individual, group and family therapy.
  • Provide assessments, crisis intervention, individual/family therapy with case management Provide substance abuse assessments and outpatient substance abuse counseling
  • Conducted Individual and Family therapy sessions, developed and facilitated one Psychotherapy and one Psychoeducational group per week.
  • Provide individual, adult and children, family therapy and substance abuse counseling, to members of the Pueblo of Sandia.
  • Provided individual, group, and family therapy to opioid dependent adult patients.

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25. Support Groups
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  • Provided individual, group and family support groups for adults mandated to participate in eighteen-month intensive substance abuse outpatient program.
  • Facilitated individual therapy and support groups for adult and adolescents population.
  • Coordinated and facilitated support groups and one-to-one counseling sessions.
  • Facilitated case conferences and educational and support groups.
  • Provide education and support groups to family members
  • Coordinated holistic family support groups.
  • Facilitate family support groups to educate families on enabling, limit setting, consequences, co-dependency and healthy boundaries.
  • Provided updates and progress reports to courts, referred clients to support groups, and set up aftercare plans
  • Conducted education groups (Relapse Prevention, Living Skills) and facilitated support groups and marathon groups.
  • Maintained a professional relationship with support groups such as NA and AA.
  • Facilitate and support groups in a classroom of twelve males on caseload.
  • Secured and maintain AA/NA representatives for in-patient self-help support groups.
  • Co-facilitated substance abuse and other client support groups.
  • Facilitate weekly meetings and support groups.
  • Conduct substance abuse support groups.
  • Referred clients to support groups.
  • Complete required documentation, preparing necessary reports, submitting program / statistical reports Correspond with outside agencies and support groups.
  • Conducted on-going counseling and support groups that included self-help programs for the clients.
  • Refer patients to support groups 6.
  • Facilitate parenting and polv-drug support groups.

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26. Accurate Records
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  • Conducted intakes and assessments daily and maintained accurate records pertain to clients' histories electronically.
  • Created effective communication between staff and Department of Corrections in maintaining accurate records for clients.
  • Maintain accurate records and documentation according to licensing agencies and field requirements.
  • Complete and maintain accurate records and reports regarding the client s history, progress, services provided and other required information.
  • Developed and maintained detailed and accurate records of clients serviced, and kept senior level management well informed with detailed briefings.
  • Complete and maintain accurate records and reports regarding the inmates' histories and progress, services provided while in the program.
  • Keep accurate records to insure compliance with local, state, and federal regulations, as well as accreditation standards.
  • Learned the importance of following procedures for identifying and assessing needs, collecting data, interviewing and keeping accurate records.
  • Maintain accurate records to ensure compliance with all Federal and State regulations including treatment plans and reviews and progress notes.
  • Maintained accurate records and reports of client's history, progress, and services provided.
  • Complete and maintain accurate records and reports regarding the patient's progress and history.
  • Complete and maintain accurate records or reports regarding client treatment participation and outcomes.
  • Completed state mandated paperwork and maintained files and accurate records as required.
  • Maintain clear and accurate records and other documentation, as required.
  • Maintain accurate records according to the laws of Pennsylvania.
  • Maintained complete and accurate records of all services provided.
  • Completed and maintained accurate records and reports regarding clients.
  • Maintain case files and submit clear and accurate records and forms in a timely manner.
  • aintained accurate records, client files, and documented progress towards goals.
  • Conducted weekly Relapse Prevention group for women Attended weekly supervision Participated in in-service training Maintained accurate records

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27. DUI
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  • Facilitated individual and group counseling for DUI offenders.
  • Facilitated SA groups & individual counseling sessions as well as assessments for clients mandated to counseling due to DUI arrest/convictions.
  • Perform all related duties to promote the general objectives for the Outpatient, DUI, and Adult Drug Court Program.
  • Provide on call relief counseling, milieu management, DUI education & therapy, and case management to contracted agencies.
  • Conducted an eight hour group required by the state of Washington for 1st time DUI offenders.
  • Provide substance abuse education classes for DUI offenders and individual substance abuse counseling for clients.
  • Drug and Alcohol Counselor for a DUI (Driving Under the Influence) Program.
  • Provided individual and group substance abuse services for DUI offenders in an out-patient setting.
  • Facilitated group therapy sessions for DUI, substance abuse, and mental health consumers.
  • Aided in running DUI evaluations, risk education classes, and preventative counseling.
  • Conducted DUI assessments, making referrals to appropriate levels of treatments.
  • Experienced working with Clients in a DUI and Out/Patient Program.
  • Provide outpatient Level I care to DUI/DWI offenders.
  • Conduct clinical Biopsychosocial assessments of DUI offenders.
  • Facilitated Psychoeducational Level II DUI education groups.
  • group therapy for DUI offenders, developed Individualized Treatment Plans, written reports to Probation/Parole Officer and Drug Testing
  • Facilitate groups for first time and multi-Driving Under the Influence (DUI) offenders.
  • Conduct DUI Risk Education classes and evaluations according to DASA 2060 regualtions
  • Led Psychotherapeutic Level II DUI group therapy.
  • Program developer and implementation, Group and individual substance abuse counseling; including DUI counseling and Educational programs.

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28. Dual Diagnosis
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  • Conducted daily dual diagnosis/co-occurring disorder groups to 12 clients; providing integrated educational materials on substance abuse and mental health.
  • Developed and implemented chemical dependence groups with adolescents and young adults with dual diagnosis of substance abuse and behavioral problems.
  • Coordinated work of support groups and encourages patient participation by incorporating Motivational Interviewing and Integrated Dual Diagnosis model.
  • Maintained a caseload of clients in a Dual Diagnosis capable residential alcohol and drug rehabilitation program.
  • Work with adolescents' in a dual diagnosis/residential environment.
  • Licensed Substance Abuse Counselor/Dual Diagnosis Case Manager
  • Evaluated individuals with a mental health diagnosis and substance abuse disorder (dual diagnosis) utilizing the Addiction Severity Index assessment.
  • Assisted in developing a curriculum (IOP-Enhance) for clientele those were diagnosed with dual diagnosis and continued with one-on-one follow-up.
  • Provide individual and group counseling for residents with substance abuse and/or dual diagnosis of substance abuse and mental health issues.
  • Facilitate intakes, assessments, and individual counseling to persons with a dual diagnosis.
  • Conducted individual and group therapy for adolescents with substance abuse and dual diagnosis issues.
  • Work with under served dual diagnosis populations, individually and in group settings.
  • Worked with adults with dual diagnosis (mental health and substance abuse).
  • Develop and implement Person centered plans for children and adolescents with dual diagnosis.
  • Created dual diagnosis group for out-patient program generating 20% in additional revenue.
  • Work with an all male population in dual diagnosis for outpatient/residential treatment.
  • Lead dual diagnosis, early sobriety and relapse prevention groups.
  • Case Management with Dual Diagnosis Treatment Planning, Kennedy Model.
  • Conduct Psychosocial and Chemical Dependence Assessments with dual diagnosis participants upon admission.
  • Work with the treatment team to fulfill the interdisciplinary treatment process needed for patients served with a dual diagnosis.

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29. Core Functions
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  • Applied knowledge of the 12 core functions including utilization of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Motivational Interviewing approaches to improve treatment outcomes.
  • Performed in the intake process assisting doctors determine appropriateness for treatment services and effectively utilize 12 core functions.
  • Apply Twelve Core Functions, Global Criteria, of the Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Counselor.
  • Complete all documentations, progress notes and reports in application of the 12 core functions.
  • Managed a caseload of over 50 clients while performing 12 Core functions of treatment.
  • Implement services based on the 12 Core Functions and various methods of therapy.
  • Utilized the 12-Core functions of treatment to those affected by substance abuse addiction.
  • Utilized skills in the 12 Core Functions on an ongoing basis.
  • Reported to parole liaison while performing 12 Core functions of treatment.
  • Performed Intakes as well as all other 12 core functions.
  • Participated in all twelve core functions of substance abuse counseling.
  • Use of 12 core functions of a drug treatment counselor
  • Performed the 12 core functions of the AOD counselor.
  • Utilize the 12 Core Functions to practical counseling.
  • Skilled and knowledgeable in the 12 Core Functions.
  • Used all 12 core functions of counseling.
  • Perform all Twelve Core Functions of treatment.
  • Performed 12 core functions as needed.
  • Provided the core functions of substance abuse counseling and substance abuse prevention services including screening, brief intervention, and activities.
  • Adhered to the 12 Core Functions of Addictions.

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  • Facilitated and Co-facilitated with social workers and teachers in positive workshops targeted for children.
  • Act as Liaison between Health Maintenance Organizations, Social Workers, Medical staff and Outside Agencies within a set time frame.
  • Provided intake assessments to adult and juveniles referred by the Court, Probation/Parole Officers, Social Workers, or attorneys.
  • Collaborated with counselors, physicians, mental health providers, nurses, and social workers to plan and coordinate treatment.
  • Coordinate with professionals such as school district personnel, social workers, probation officers, etc, as required.
  • Input all data into computer base, hold weekly meetings with family members and social workers, and psychiatrists.
  • Coordinate counseling efforts with professionals such as teachers, doctors, nurses, probation officers, and social workers.
  • Produced letters, referrals and reports of client progress to assigned Judge, court, probation and/or social workers.
  • Coordinated counseling appointments and meetings with mental health professionals such as doctors, and social workers, for patients.
  • Develop letters and progress reports to court judges, Parole and probation officers as well as various social workers.
  • Coordinated counseling efforts with mental health professionals and other health professionals such as doctors, nurses and social workers.
  • Collaborate with social workers, care givers, teachers, wraparound facilitators, and school psychologists.
  • Maintain liaison with probation, parole officers, social workers, and other mental health professionals.
  • Attended daily rounds with doctors social workers and community liaison workers to discuss patient treatment.
  • Collaborate daily with treatment team members including psychiatrists/psychologists, social workers, nurses and therapists.
  • Worked together with probation officers, social workers and mental health therapists.
  • Performed psychosocial assessments and reviewed, recommended treatment plans with administrators, medical staff and social workers that addressed client addictions.
  • Collaborate with teachers, social workers and A.P to assist students in need, and to develop comprehensive educational program.
  • Attended court hearings, work close with Parole and probations officers as well as social workers from DCFS.
  • Collaborated with a team of professionals, social workers, and client to ensure highest aftercare.

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31. IOP
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  • Provided psychological therapy individually, groups (Intensive Outpatient Program IOP, Continuing Care) and, family members.
  • Facilitated Intensive Out-Patient (IOP) and family group sessions, assisted in behavior modification program development.
  • Facilitate groups according to IOP schedule; conduct individual sessions weekly for each PIR.
  • Facilitate IOP Low intensity adult groups for 3 hours, 1 night per week.
  • Facilitate IOP Medium intensity adult groups for 3 hours, 3 nights a week.
  • Maintain proper documentation in GIOP format to monitor and evaluate the patient's progress.
  • Facilitated SACOT and SAIOP groups as needed.
  • Develop & maintain phased SAIOP program.
  • Complete various reports consisting of biopsychosocial history and assessments, discharge summaries and placement of program applicants.
  • Conducted initial biopsychosocial assessment evaluations and state NJSAMS addiction severity evaluations; facilitated therapy groups.
  • Complete biopsychosocial assessments, developing patient centered treatment plans, discharge plans and providing referrals.
  • Conducted biopsychosocial assessments, provided individual therapy sessions, and performed case management duties.
  • Conducted biopsychosocial evaluations, needs assessment, and developed treatment plans.
  • Conduct Biopsychosocial documentation as required by NJSAMS.
  • Use the Biopsychosocial to understand and apply a transition plan and a treatment plan for all patients.
  • Perform intake interviews and drafting documents such as biopsychosocial assessments and TCU-II drug screens.
  • Complete biopsychosocial assessments, intake treatment plans, follow up treatment plans.
  • Performed intake procedures, maintain case records and biopsychosocials.
  • Experience writing treatment plans, discharge summaries, biopsychosocials, and insurance information such as PCPCs and ASAMs.
  • Facilitated IOP group Individual counseling Family counseling Assessments Case management Treatment and discharge planning Attended weekly Camden County Drug Court sessions

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32. Oasas
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  • Developed client's occupancy agreement in accordance to OASAS contractual requirements.
  • Provided data on patient census, participation and overall progress for OASAS required monthly reports.
  • Assisted in survey on treatment program best practices conducted by OASAS state licensing agency.
  • Facilitate individual and group counseling sessions in an OASAS Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment Program.
  • Conducted quarterly audits of client records to ensure compliance with OASAS regulations.
  • Adhered to the Canon of Ethical Principals as set forth by OASAS.
  • Performed Office of Alcohol and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS) reporting,
  • Completed effectively all OASAS clinical paper work according to OASAS guidelines.
  • Obtained consistent 3 year certifications by OASAS and The Joint Commission.
  • Inputted all client data via Internet through OASAS and S.T.A.R.S.
  • Work cohesively within the interdisciplinary team of ADHC and OASAS.
  • Produce chart documentation as per NYS OASAS 822 Regulations.
  • Documented group notes and individual notes for OASAS approval.
  • Perform quality review of records based on OASAS mandates.
  • Provide treatment verification through STARS and OASAS.
  • Supervised 15 CASAC-T re: counseling, group therapy and all OASAS documentation Conducted 35 crisis counseling sessions each week.
  • Participated in case conferences, staff meetings and OASAS trainings to keep abreast of client progress and industry best practices.
  • Completed documentation in a timely manner under New York State OASAS guidelines.
  • Abided by all Medicaid and OASAS standards for ethical practices.
  • Develop recovery care plan for next level of care Refer and confirm to aftercare treatment services Documented health progress/and OASAS required documentations

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33. Weekly Basis
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  • Create lesson plans on a weekly basis, organize and distribute required reports such as, progress reports.
  • Maintain a case load of up to 38 clients and provide services to them on a weekly basis.
  • Completed and maintained accurate Medicaid documentation and billing of services rendered to clients on a weekly basis.
  • Meet with immediate supervisor on a weekly basis to report on with client's progress.
  • Submit all individual client data on a weekly basis for entry into the WestCare database.
  • Maintain a caseload of up to 28-37 clients and provide services on a weekly basis.
  • Meet with reservation leaders on a weekly basis for reports on progress of services provided.
  • Conduct individual sessions with clients on a weekly basis and document these sessions appropriately.
  • Provide group and individual therapy in both English and Spanish on a weekly basis.
  • Facilitated both group and individual sessions with inmates on a weekly basis.
  • Monitor clients and perform random toxicology testing on a weekly basis.
  • Communicate to Clinical Social Workers about clients on a weekly basis.
  • Case Management Data Entry within 22-26 clients on a weekly basis.
  • Delivered individual counseling services to clients on a weekly basis.
  • Facilitate drug and alcohol groups on bi-weekly basis.
  • Attend staff meeting on a weekly basis.
  • Document Prescribe medications on a weekly basis.
  • Update charts on a weekly basis.
  • Facilitate Substance Abuse Groups on a weekly basis Conduct intakes and assessments for new and existing clients living with HIV.
  • Conduct Assessments in English and Spanish for Substance Abuse on weekly basis as needed Conduct D.W.I.

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34. Monthly Reports
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  • Collaborated with probation/parole via monthly reports and phone contacts.
  • Created monthly reports and implemented psycho-educational programs.
  • Generated monthly reports and written communication.
  • Provided regular monthly reports of activities; provides data collection & analysis regarding patients served and units of services provided.
  • Provided monthly reports, discharge paperwork, alcohol and drug assessment, random urine screens for criminal justice population.
  • Completed monthly reports for the Mental Health Board who funded the grant for this program.
  • Compile monthly reports as required by court systems, DYFS or any other contractual agencies.
  • Performed quality reviews and peer reviews, generated referrals, maintained monthly reports.
  • Completed detailed monthly reports for client's progress, or lack of progress.
  • Interact with, evaluate, and chart member progress in monthly reports.
  • Prepared monthly reports informing probation officers of client progress towards goals.
  • Reviewed counselors' monthly reports and monthly client reports.
  • Generate monthly reports for Drug Court and IDRC clients.
  • Provide monthly reports and statistical data.
  • Completed documentation and monthly reports in a timely manner.
  • Reviewed Monthly reports and evaluations for court and probation for clients, take supervised urine'
  • Maintained records, documentation and monthly reports in compliance with OASAS standards and requirements.
  • Created monthly reports to reflect the overall hours of community service.
  • Compiled and submitted monthly reports in a timely manner.
  • Provide written monthly reports to Program Director.

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  • Developed individual treatment plans with measurable goals.
  • Monitor, evaluate, and record client progress according to measurable goals described in treatment and care plan for successful discharge.
  • Develop, assess, and continually adjust patient treatment plans for optimal process in relation to objectives and measurable goals.
  • Formulate Treatment plans along with the client that is compliant to measurable goals and objectives.
  • Develop client treatment and create measurable goals for patients on a case by case basis.
  • Evaluate and document patient progress based on measurable goals described in treatment plans.
  • Develop treatment plans, evaluating progress and implementing measurable goals.
  • Developed measurable goals and objectives for treatment and vocational plans.
  • Developed treatment plans incorporating patients personal needs as tangible and measurable goals
  • Initiate and provide on-going treatment plan that contain measurable goals during their time in the program.
  • Evaluated clients' progress in relation to measurable goalsdescribed in treatment and care plans.

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36. Clinical Staff
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  • Assisted clinical staff with crisis interventions, assisted in designing and developing alternatives to assisting clients in better decision making.
  • Interacted with clinical staff and external resources such as probation/parole/attorneys or other necessary community personnel.
  • Supervised para-professional substance abuse clinical staff to assist in executing a comprehensive treatment program.
  • Attend weekly group meetings with clinical staff and individual supervision meetings with Clinical Supervisor.
  • Supervised clinical staff and maintained compliance with state and federal regulations.
  • Facilitate monthly performance review sessions of clinical staff.
  • Participate in weekly clinical staffing and coordinating schedule.
  • Conduct clinical staffing of clients clinical review team, document all goals, changes and outcomes related to program participants treatments.
  • Position also required treatment plan meetings with clinical staff and daily progress notes for 12-16 persons served.
  • Oversee the monthly auditing process for client charts to identify areas of improvement for clinical staff.
  • Work as part of a clinical treatment team along with other clinical staff and medical staff.
  • Directed the clinical staff and interns in the coordination and treatment of patient care.
  • Attended clinical staffing, RTC meetings, and weekly supervision with Clinical Director.
  • Worked to coordinate case conference meetings with other clinical staff.
  • Prepared corrective action plans for clinical staff when required.
  • Collaborate with clinical staff for effective course of treatment.
  • Attended clinical staff conferences for case review and consultation.
  • Provide clinical and professional training to clinical staff.
  • Completed individual counseling, psychosocial assessments, treatment planning, progress notes and partook in clinical staffing.
  • Attended weekly and monthly clinical staffing in regards to client's needs and maladaptive behaviors.

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37. DWI
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Here's how DWI is used in Substance Abuse Counselor jobs:
  • Work with DWI offenders in facilitating classes as well as process groups, helping them to break their addiction.
  • Facilitated specialty groups (i.e., Early Recovery, Relationship, and DWI Latino Group).
  • Conduct Drug Assessments and serve as a Juvenile Court Liaison for Baldwin County Juvenile Court.
  • Group therapy, educating clients about the disease of addiction and current NCDWI laws.
  • Conducted DWI Assessments and provided Emergency Consultation for the local hospitals.
  • Facilitate DWI, DUI groups for court referred clients.
  • Provide DWI Assessments and Substance Abuse Education Classes
  • Conduct substance abuse and DWI evaluations.
  • Administer substance abuse and DWI assessments.
  • Co-facilitated Aftercare group for DWI clients.
  • Facilitated groups for DWI offenders.
  • Performed DWI assessments Performed group therapy and substance abuse educational classes.
  • Facilitate DUI/DWI Group sessions and provide substance abuse evaluations to individuals mandated from the State of Connecticut Judicial Branch.
  • Conduct DWI assessments for Spanish-speaking clients, Orientation and DWI groups; Assist with administrative tasks of Spanish DWI program
  • Provided group counseling for DWI clients, determined number of hours of tx.
  • Perform DWI assessments and enter E508 Perform group therapy and ADETS classes
  • Lead psychoeducational and therapy groups for DWI and probation clients.
  • Conduct DOT SAP Evaluations and Nuclear Regulatory Commission SAE Evaluations Facilitate DWI Repeat Offender Intervention classes Conduct Probation substance abuse evaluations
  • Conduct DWI assessments Conduct Substance Abuse Assessments Conduct Intake interviews Conduct Exit Interviews Conduct Individual sessions and DWI groups
  • Job Description: Practicum for DWI/Substance Abuse Groups SAIOP SASSI Drug Testing WIRM Portal Charting and group notes

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38. Appropriate Level
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  • Counseled individuals undergoing detoxification in a drug rehabilitation facility; assessed and referred clients for next appropriate level of care.
  • Performed substance abuse assessments and recommended appropriate level of care utilizing ASAM criteria.
  • Completed diagnostic assessments to determine appropriate levels of care.
  • Key player in facilitating didactic and therapeutic groups, assessing/reassessing clients to determine appropriate level of care, and securing housing.
  • Evaluated inmates referred for substance abuse treatment services to determine the appropriate level of treatment and agency to provide required services.
  • Developed a rapport with other service providers to assist client in obtaining the appropriate level of care.
  • Performed new client intake, screenings, and assessments then placed clients in appropriate levels of care.
  • Identify and isolate specific problematic areas to coordinate appropriate level of care services needed with clients.
  • Work with them to identify an appropriate level of care and process referrals as needed.
  • Conducted Intake Interviews and Substance Abuse Evaluations to assess for appropriate level of care.
  • Determined appropriate levels of care for incoming clients using the ASAM treatment placement model.
  • Performed diagnostic assessments of substance abuse clients to determine appropriate level of care.
  • Referred clients to appropriate level of care throughout their participation in the program.
  • Conducted assessments and screens to determine appropriate level of care.
  • Perform substance abuse evaluations and determine appropriate level of care.
  • Assess for appropriate level of service and referral.
  • Performed evaluations and psychosocial assessments of chemically dependent patients and recommended an appropriate level of care.
  • Evaluatted clients for chemical dependency to determine appropriate level of treatment.
  • Performed intake assessments and bio-psychosocials to determine appropriate level of care need for clients.
  • Complete psychosocial intake screenings to determine appropriate level of care for new clients.

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39. Client Histories
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Here's how Client Histories is used in Substance Abuse Counselor jobs:
  • Completed and maintains accurate client files that include client histories, treatment plans and progress, and other required information.
  • Prepared clear, accurate and informative case treatment reports and client histories containing findings, conclusions, and recommendations.
  • Developed individualized client treatment plans built upon research, clinical experience, and client histories.
  • Developed client treatment plans by integrating research, clinical experience, and client histories.
  • Followed client treatment plans based on client histories.
  • Develop client treatment plans based on client histories.Facilitated DUI groups.

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40. Hiv
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  • Represented organization and advocated for HIV/AIDS services and needs of the community at various task force/consortia/ community meetings.
  • Managed, monitored, and archived agency files ensuring that they were accurate and in compliance with state and federal laws.
  • Conduct out patient group sessions in the areas of prevention education, addiction, stress management and HIV/AIDS prevention education.
  • Provided therapeutic counseling services to individuals HIV/AIDS patients between 16 and 70, as well as affected family members.
  • Reported all HIV positive cases to NYCDOH Field Surveillance Unit (FSU) for follow-up on Partner Notification.
  • Provide Case Management, home visits, individual counseling to persons with HIV/AIDS (mental health).
  • Lecture at local and state high schools, community colleges and universities providing HIV Prevention Education.
  • Counseled HIV/AIDS client's on medication regiment, crisis interventions and work with homeless.
  • Conducted group information seminars on opiate addiction, HIV/AIDS and methadone maintenance.
  • Implemented Ryan White county service delivery to individuals living with HIV/AIDS.
  • Documented of medical monitoring of client s HIV related care.
  • Teach coping skills, relapse prevention, HIV prevention counseling
  • Worked with HIV and clients diagnosed with mental illness.
  • Administer direct services to HIV/AIDS infected individuals.
  • Educate trainees on topics addressing current methodologies, trends, HIV/AIDS, STDs and substance abuse in youth.
  • Provided HIV/AIDS and HCV counseling and pre-post testing.
  • Administer bio-psychosocial assessments to address client's living with HIV needs ?Prepare treatment goals for individuals and families living with HIV/AIDS
  • Selected accomplishments: Devised HIV/AIDS program workflows to increase client intake in order to gain additional grant funding.
  • Participated in multiple meeting bodies funded through the Los Angeles RYAN WHITE HIV Health Services Planning Council.
  • Performed HIV test (Orasure) and referrals in the field Case manage clients that access Urban Peaks Resource/Drop in Center

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41. Medical Records
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Here's how Medical Records is used in Substance Abuse Counselor jobs:
  • Protect the security of medical records to ensure that confidentiality is maintained.
  • Maintained medical records and therapy documentation according to agency and HIPAA regulations.
  • Documented patient related activities in medical records and forms according to standards.
  • Conduct quality assurance and audit activities with medical records.
  • Completed necessary paperwork, such as DAP notes and treatment plans, within the electronic medical records system.
  • Recorded in medical records all individual groups and collate contacts weekly.
  • Key involvement in the implementation of the Electronic Medical Records.
  • Monitored the medical staff; managed patient medical records.
  • Maintain & update treatment plans & medical records.
  • Assist with personnel records, medical records.
  • Completed psychosocial assessments and maintained documentation in an electronic medical records system as required.
  • Completed and maintained clients medical records in a timely fashion.

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42. Physical Condition
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Here's how Physical Condition is used in Substance Abuse Counselor jobs:
  • Complete and perform assessments of new individuals mental and physical condition to determine their suitability for participation in a specific program.
  • Interviewed clients, reviewed records, and conferred with other professionals to evaluate mental and physical condition of client and patient.
  • Collaborate with other professionals to evaluate patients' medical or physical condition and to assess client needs.
  • Evaluated patients' medical or physical conditions and assess treatment needs.
  • Evaluated mental/physical conditions of clients and degree of drug dependency.
  • Evaluated the mental or physical conditions of clients.
  • Conducted client screening, gathered all pertinent information regarding previous admission,psychological and physical condition.

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43. DAP
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Here's how DAP is used in Substance Abuse Counselor jobs:
  • Direct patient care including interviewing, obtaining necessary case information, completing intake/maintenance assessments, DAP progress notes and treatment planning.
  • Monitored and evaluated therapy efficacy, and adapt treatment as needed.
  • Teach offenders alternative methods to make adaptive decisions.
  • Formulated 30 day Individualized Treatment Plans; case notes (DAP); case management; assessment; intake; referral.
  • Conducted over 300 individual, rehabilitative, adaptive, and supportive counseling sessions and facilitated over 110 group counseling sessions.
  • Achieved certification as an alcohol and drug counselor through Illinois Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Certification Association (IAODAPCA)
  • Monitored and evaluated progress of therapy and adapted treatment as necessary to benefit the client's recovery.
  • Meet with client for individual counseling twice per month and document a DAP note.
  • Monitored condition of client to evaluate success of therapy and adapted treatment as needed.
  • Identified addictions, researched and created new behavioral skills and adaptations.
  • Document client progress through DAP notes and update treatment plans.
  • Case management with mandating agencies (Parole, Probation, Treatment Courts, TASC, ACS, HRA/NADAP, AOT).
  • Adapted curriculums for educational groups focusing on recovery strategies.
  • Complete record-keeping and documentation of services provided (DAP notes, Treatment plans, Intake forms, Inmate timecards).
  • Monitor treatment progress, develop confidential client charts/information, and write DAP notes using professional standards.
  • Collaborate with Commands and DAPAs of patients in the SARP program.
  • Monitor treatment progress, write DAP notes using professional standards.
  • Prepared psychosocial and DAP format notes.
  • Utilized a cognitive behavioral psychodynamic treatment approach to promote positive change in patients maladaptive functioning.
  • Utilize "DAP" notes formula for each patient to track treatment plan progress.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Substance Abuse Counselor

Treatment Plans

26.0%

Substance Abuse

19.8%

Intake Assessments

10.1%

Group Therapy Sessions

6.0%

Crisis Intervention

5.7%

Referrals

5.5%

Mental Health

5.4%

Alcohol

3.7%

Relapse Prevention

3.4%

Anger Management

1.7%

Methadone

1.7%

Chemical Dependency

1.5%

Staff Members

1.5%

New Clients

1.5%

Community Resources

1.3%

Counselors

1.2%

Individual Therapy

1.1%

Behavioral Issues

1.1%

Probation Officers

1.0%

Community Outreach

0.9%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Substance Abuse Counselor

Rank Skill
1 Treatment Plans 23.2%
2 Substance Abuse 17.8%
3 Intake Assessments 9.0%
4 Group Therapy Sessions 5.4%
5 Crisis Intervention 5.1%
6 Referrals 4.9%
7 Mental Health 4.9%
8 Alcohol 3.3%
9 Relapse Prevention 3.0%
10 Anger Management 1.5%
11 Methadone 1.5%
12 Chemical Dependency 1.4%
13 Staff Members 1.3%
14 New Clients 1.3%
15 Community Resources 1.1%
16 Counselors 1.0%
17 Individual Therapy 1.0%
18 Behavioral Issues 1.0%
19 Probation Officers 0.9%
20 Community Outreach 0.8%
21 Asam 0.7%
22 Domestic Violence 0.7%
23 Drug Screens 0.6%
24 Family Therapy 0.6%
25 Support Groups 0.6%
26 Accurate Records 0.6%
27 DUI 0.6%
28 Dual Diagnosis 0.5%
29 Core Functions 0.4%
30 Social Workers 0.4%
31 IOP 0.4%
32 Oasas 0.4%
33 Weekly Basis 0.4%
34 Monthly Reports 0.4%
35 Measurable Goals 0.4%
36 Clinical Staff 0.4%
37 DWI 0.4%
38 Appropriate Level 0.3%
39 Client Histories 0.3%
40 Hiv 0.3%
41 Medical Records 0.3%
42 Physical Condition 0.3%
43 DAP 0.3%
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