Substance Use Disorders

At a glance

What: High-quality workshops and certificate programs designed to help human-service professionals grow their knowledge, maintain their certification, help their clients, and advance their careers.

Who: Taught by leading researchers, UW-Madison faculty, and qualified professionals specializing in substance use disorders.

Certification: Programs satisfy multiple professional licensure requirements for psychologists, therapists, counselors, social workers.

Questions? Contact program coordinator Flo Hilliard at fhilliard@dcs.wisc.edu or 608-265-2679.

Click here for the Fall 2014 Training for Substance Abuse Clinical Supervisors brochure»


Upcoming programs
(Click class title for details and to register)
MT, Oct 20-21 W, Nov 5 9am-4pm  •  $450
WTh, Feb 11-12, 8:30am-4:30pm F, Feb 13, 8:30am-5:30pm  •  3 days: $450 | 1 day: $200
M-Th, Feb 23-26, 9am-5pm F, Feb 27, 9am-4pm  •  $469
W, Mar 11, 9am-4pm  •  $150
MT, April 20-21, M, May 18, 9am-4pm  •  $450
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