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Understanding healthcare systems is a critical part of counselors' training. What's more, substance use-related training is becoming more coveted for certain positions.
Adler School Core Faculty members Paul Fitzgerald, Psy.D., and Joseph Troiani, Ph.D., discuss this and more, in a story by Addiction Professional magazine that focuses on how degree programs that prepare both new and advancing addiction professionals are increasingly paying attention to the emergence of new practice settings.
Dr. Fitzgerald is the Adler School's Director of Master's Counseling Training; Dr. Troiani is Coordinator of the Substance Abuse Program.
Click here to read "Training for New Settings."
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