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

05Jun

RENEWAL - Are We All Co-Dependency?

Time: 09:00AM - 04:00PM Location: Middlesex County Fire Academy


This training will present an overview of Codependency and look at its manifestations. We will examine "over-functioning" in another's life while potentially "under-functioning" in one's own life. Consideration will be given to Codependency possibly being at the core of any addiction. The training will examine compulsions and obsessions as well as prevailing theories of Codependency. Included will be personal and professional manifestations. Instructor: Alan Shapiro MA, LPC, LCADC Please note: If you are using a purchase order to pay for this class, there will be an additional $6.00 charged for processing, per class! Our courses courses have been approved for six initial and renewal hours (unless otherwise stated) toward the Addiction Counselor License and Certification (LCADC and CADC) in New Jersey. They are also approved for CEU's needed for the MFT, MFT-Permit, LPC, LAC, and LRC credentials, as well as re-certification hours for all credentials issued by the Addictions Professio...
19Jun

RENEWAL - Co-Occurring Treatment

Time: 09:00AM - 04:00PM Location: Middlesex County Fire Academy


Co Occurring treatment is the care that is provided when a person has symptoms of a substance use disorder and a mental health disorder. This comorbidity can be any drug or alcohol diagnosis, combined with any mental health diagnosis (depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, etc.). In most cases, the symptoms and issues related to one can worsen the issues of the other. It essential to address the dual presentation simultaneously, as brain changes take place in the same areas of the brain that are affected by other mental illnesses. This includes alterations in the structure of neurons in the reward pathways, increase in dopamine receptors and increases and decreases in production of neurotransmitters. Instructor: Joel M Levine, LCSW, LPC, LCADC, LMFT Please note: If you are using a purchase order to pay for this class, there will be an additional $6.00 charged for processing, per class! Our courses courses have been approved for six initial and renewal hours (unless oth...