CADC/LCADC Renewal Courses

A monthly series of advanced courses for Addiction Counselors who have already earned their CADC or LCADC

CADC/LCADC Renewal Courses

In addiction to Wellspring's online CADC courses which can be taken toward initial certification or license, as well as the renewal of those credentials (and many others), Wellspring has designed a monthly series of advanced courses for Addiction Counselors who have already earned their CADC or LCADC. These courses are specialized to bring the most up-to-date research in the field to your practice. By sharing a classroom with other seasoned professionals, you have the opportunity to learn from each other take your skills to the next level. Each year, all new courses are developed to keep your training current and expand your knowledge base.

Available Courses

28May

RECERT - Legal Aspects/42 CFR updates/changes

Time: 09:00AM - 04:00PM Location: Zoom Remote conference


During this course, clients will learn how to adhere to federal, state, and agency regulations regarding alcohol and other drug abuse treatment by following appropriate procedures to protect client rights. They will learn to understand the regulations of New Jersey’s rules (N.J.S.A. 45:2D -1 et seq.), also referred to as the "Alcohol and Drug Counselor Licensing and Certification Act" and the regulations (N.J.A.C. 13:34C-1 et seq.) intended to codify the provisions of the statute. They will become familiar with the Federal Confidentiality Regulations, 42CFR – part 2. We are going to come to understand what 42 CFR part 2 is and what does it do.  Students will learn why part 2 is so important to people living with substance use disorders.  Also they will learn exactly how part 2 works. This class will be delivered via Zoom. Instructions and links will be provided later.   Instructor: Shaheed Shabazz, Ed.D, LPC, CCS, LCADC   All classes are $60.00 each. Payment can be by Debit or C...
11Jun

RECERT - Cultural competence in addictions

Time: 09:00AM - 04:00PM Location: Zoom Remote conference


Cultural competency is the lens through which we see the world. When addiction is present, it becomes imperative to sharpen our understanding of contextual variables due to the presence of stigma. This class will discuss the ways to individualize counseling in accordance with culture, gender and lifestyle choices. Not only is this a global criterion in Addiction Focused Counseling, but also is our ethical responsibility as practitioners. This class will teach participants how locate themselves with clients and families, and how to identify areas of both marginalization and privilege. Skills will be taught through large group and small group discussion on the essentials of understanding the nuances of cultural and it application to working with substance involved individuals and families. This class will be delivered via Zoom. Instructions and links will be provided later.   Instructor: Joel Levine, LCSW, LPC, LCADC, LMFT All classes are $60.00 each. Payment can be by Debit or Cre...