Licensed Chemical Addictions Counselor Study Questions

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To become a Licensed Chemical Addictions Counselor, prospective counselors may apply to their local state governments for a local licensing examination. Requirements may vary by state. Many States use IC&RC standards for examinations; check with you local state licensing board. 
IC&RC addiction counselor examinations are both computer based or paper based exams consisting of 50 questions, with 60 minutes per examination.
IC&RC, along with many other addiction counseling licensing entities, examine candidates on the following areas:
  • Clinical Evaluation
  • Treatment Planning
  • Referral
  • Service Coordination
  • Counseling
  • Client, Family & Community Education
  • Documentation
  • Professional & Ethical Responsibilities
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