Certified Clinical Supervisor
Certified Clinical Supervisors (CCS) oversee, evaluate, mentor, and educate alcohol and drug counseling staff and interns.
NJPN’s five-day virtual CCS course offers didactic lectures that include experiential learning exercises. Participants learn common supervisory issues and topics and develop the necessary skills to be an effective supervisor. This 30-hour course is beneficial for those seeking to advance their career to a higher level.
Master's level in related field
Actively working in DMHAS licensed SUD treatment agency
Registered ADC intern with DCA
The 30 hour Certified Clinical Supervisor (CCS) Training is offered over 5 days. The CCS training is a virtual didactic lecture format, that includes experiential learning exercises that covers topics and issues common in clinical supervision of alcohol and drug counseling staff and interns. After the completion of one renewal period, clinicians may apply for scholarships to attend the CCS training. To be eligible, one must hold an LCADC, LPC, or LCSW, and are actively supervising in a DMHAS-licensed substance abuse treatment facility.
THE PATH TO CERTIFICATION
How to Apply
Review the course or training details and ensure you meet or exceed eligibility requirements.
If you are ready to sign up, fill out the application form (button link is to the right).
NJPN will review your application and notify you if you have been accepted into the course or training.
NJPN helps connect eligible individuals with DMHAS licensed treatment agencies statewide seeking ADC Interns. Students attending CDA courses through NJPN are provided one-on-one assistance to secure an internship while attending courses.
Learn more about the internship process and application details by clicking the button below.
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