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 firstname.lastname@example.org or 608-265-2679.
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W, Sept 7, 9am-4pm
Th, Sept 8, 9am-4pm
MT, Sept 12-13, 9am-4pm
Wed-Fri, Sep 21-23; 8am-5pm
Three Days: $475 | One Day: $225
Th, Oct 6, 9am-3pm
MTM, Oct 17-18; Nov 7, 9am-4pm
Provides pertinent information to help you respond more effectively to people with alcohol and other drug problems.
Get the knowledge and practice experience you need for successful MI practice.
WWEN is a grant-funded outreach project for anyone interested in women's treatment, recovery, and prevention.
Flexible certificate option
Need a flexible certificate option? Gain the trusted UW-Madison education and experience that will prepare you to become a highly sought-after certified Wisconsin substance abuse counselor (SAC) or clinical substance abuse counselor (CSAC). Available for the first time in the UW Flexible Option format, the Substance Use Disorders (SUDs) Counselor certification program features a curriculum developed by University of Wisconsin-Madison faculty in cooperation with industry professionals. Visit flex.wisconsin.edu/degrees-programs/substance-use-disorders-certificate»
for more information.