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Become a Substance Abuse Counselor in Oklahoma - OK

The Oklahoma State Board of Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselors requires that all substance abuse counselors practicing within the state be licensed. Substance abuse counselor certification in Oklahoma consists of meeting certain criteria set forth by the Board. The Board defines alcohol and drug counseling as the application of substance use disorders and counseling principles in order to: develop an understanding of alcoholism and drug dependency problems; prevent, diagnose or treat alcohol and drug dependency problems; conduct assessments or diagnoses for the purpose of establishing treatment goals and objectives; and plan, implement or evaluate treatment plans using counseling treatment interventions.

In order to become board certified in Oklahoma, you need a minimum of a bachelor degree in behavioral science or counseling, 45 hours in co occurring disorders, a 300 hour practicum, 24 months and 4000 hours of employment in the field, a supervision log for two years, three references, a personal philosophy statement, completed application, and pay an application fee of $140. After reviewed and approved, you will be given CADC (Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor) status in Oklahoma. For more information, contact the Oklahoma State Board of Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselors at 5104 North Francis, Suite F, P.O. Box 54388, Oklahoma City, OK 73154.

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