Substance Abuse Counselor Jobs in Chicago, Illinois

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Gateway Foundation - Chicago, IL
dividuals pursuing certifications and licensures. Residential Substance Abuse Counselors are responsible for: Preparing and facilitating group counseling sessions, educational programs, and lectures to assis...
20 days ago
Hazelden - Chicago, IL
of the patient, referent, family, and other appropriate collateral ... and conducts 1:1 and group counseling consistent with 12-step facilitation principles to facilitate patient awareness, understandi...
30+ days ago
Advocate Health Care - Des Plaines, IL (15 miles from Chicago, Illinois)
and Bloomington/Normal. This Registry position is located in Des Plaines Masters degree in Behavioral Health or equivalent. 2 year experience in the field. This position will need to recognize the needs...
30+ days ago

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Substance Abuse Counselor Online Courses and Training Opportunities

Mental Health Studies - Suicide, Violent Behavior and Substance Abuse
Care for mental health is becoming an increasingly important aspect of health provision in health systems around the world. In this free online course the learner is introduced to areas of mental...

Deep Anger Management (for Coaches/Counselors)
Diving Deep with Real Tools that have Real Power to get control now and manage Anger forever.

Popular Culture and Narrative: Use and Abuse of the Fairy Tale

This course takes a deep look at a big subject. We ask where Fairy Tales come from and we examine the structure of Fairy Tales. We'll also look at how Fairy Tales are conditioned by oral...

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