Graduate Certificate Addiction Intervention

Jump Start Your Career

Our certificate programs are designed for busy people with limited time. If your professional goals include career advancement in public health and expanding your professional network, we encourage you to apply. The programs accommodate a wide range of academic backgrounds and career experience.

Program of Study
The Certificate in Addiction Intervention II is a 15 credit, online graduate program that will prepare non-clinical professionals (e.g. Public Health, Education, Psychology, Corrections, Law Enforcement, etc.) to act as professionally trained intermediaries between individuals seeking addiction services and professionals providing evidence based practices in both prevention and treatment. Twelve Credits will be devoted to provide students with research based content in “Best Practices in Substance Abuse Prevention”, “Best Practices in Substance Abuse Treatment”, “Co-Occurring Substance Use and mental Health Disorders”, and “History of Addiction Treatment and Recovery”. 
Capstone Project

The capstone course for the certificate is a course in “Motivational Interviewing”. Upon completion of these five 3 credit online courses, the Indiana Counselor’s Association on Alcohol and Drug Abuse (ICAADA) will award the Professional Certificate.

Graduation

You have worked hard on your degree or certificate. You are cordially invited to come to Bloomington to be a part of the IU Ceremony and attend the special reception hosted by the Dean of the School of Public Health-Bloomington.

For more information about this program, please contact:
Amaury C. de Siqueira
Director, Office  of Online Education
(812) 855 -6812
mphd@indiana.edu