Human Services 2226:

Addictions Counseling II

College of DuPage

Course Information

This is an advanced level addictions course intended for students who plan to do an internship in an addictions agency and eventually earn their CADC. Students and professionals who want to increase their awareness of addiction-related issues can also benefit from the course. (3 credit hours)


Students need to have completed Human Services 2225 OR have consent of the instructor to take this course.


  1. Alcohol and physiological systems
  2. Addictions and sexual dysfunction
  3. Intervention models
  4. Employee assistance models
  5. Open ended groups and addictions counseling
  6. Addiction in special populations
  7. Brief treatment in addictions and motivational interviewing
  8. Counselor self-care




What else do I need to know about taking a course online?

C.O.D. Online has created a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page to provide you with answers to the most commonly asked questions regarding taking an online class from College of DuPage.

Do I have to purchase anything for the class?

  • You will need the course text and a recording device, such as a digital recorder or a phone capable of recording.

Will I be able to get any extra help from the instructor if I need it?

Yes. The instructor will respond to calls and email messages, and can schedule an appointment to meet with you in person or via live chat. There will also be a section within the course discussion board to ask questions.

Where can I go to get technical help for this course?

If you encounter any Blackboard technical problems, please visit the Blackboard Technical Support page,

How will I access my course materials?

C.O.D. Online has created a Viewing and Accessing Course Information and Course Materials page to provide you with direction in accessing your course materials. This page will also provide you with technical support information.

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