The Concurrent Disorders Certificate Program is designed to help participants gain skills and knowledge to better identify, assess and provide treatment to people with concurrent disorders. This program requires the completion of a core course followed by two electives, plus a learning contract assignment (details will be provided at the start of the core course).
To receive a certificate of completion for the Concurrent Disorders Certificate Program, you must:
- successfully complete the Concurrent Disorders Core Course
- successfully complete two elective courses within a four-year period after starting the core course
- complete all components of the certificate program’s practice integration plan activity
- submit a written request to graduate, listing the specific courses you have completed to meet the requirements for a certificate.
Electives must be taken within a four-year period after completing the core course; any courses taken prior to the core program will not count toward the certificate. Participants will need to either re-take those courses or select electives that they have not previously taken.
The Concurrent Disorders Core Course must be taken first and then you will need to complete only 2 electives (listed below):
Please find these courses below by going to the A-Z list of courses (on the left side of your screen)