Certificate in Addictions Counselor Education Programs
The Online Addictions Counselor Education Program (ACEP) Certificate was created to make the successful Certificate in ACEP more accessible nationally and internationally. With the recent approval of licensure for addictions professionals, the UMass Boston ACEP program, available both online and on the UMass Boston campus, adds great value to those seeking licensure and those seeking continuing education hours to maintain licensure.
The certificate program is divided into two parts. Part one consists of three courses, ending with the pre-practicum. Part two consists of two courses and, in addition, a practicum experience that is critical to professional development. The field-based practicum are supervised on site under the guidance of qualified addictions specialists and monitored by college faculty via conference calls and online chats.
The ACEP Certificate program is now being offered in Spanish as well!
Faculty are career professionals strongly committed to sharing their knowledge and skills with students
Qualify students for certification and licensing exams
Leader in Alcohol and drug education
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The Online Addictions Counselor Education Program is designed for those interested in acquiring the components necessary for becoming a licensed or certified addictions professional, those that are working - or interested in working - in the addictions field, and those who wish to gain knowledge and competencies necessary to become an effective addictions counselor. You do not need a college degree to participate in and benefit from the program.
Those wishing to enter the professional development sequence leading to licensing are required to interview with the Program Coordinator, Dianne Doyle Pita, prior to registering. Please call 617.287.7900, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange an interview.
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