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Companion Website to accompany Becoming and Addictions Counselor, Third Edition

Author(s): Peter L. Myers, PhD, Essex County College
Norman R. Salt, MA, CPS, New Jersey Department of Health
  • ISBN-13: 9781449672850
  • Companion Website     pages      © 2013
    Access Code Subscription Length: 365 Days
Price: $38.95 US List
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 The Companion Website dedicated to the text, Becoming an Addictions Counselor: A Comprehensive Text is designed to:

    - Provide you with study aids to prepare for your class.
    - Help you master the material in the text.
    - Expand the scope of the textbook.
    - Grant you access to up-to-date information.

Resources Include:

  • Essay Questions give students the opportunity to put into practice what they’ve read, solidifying their understanding of the material.
  • Practice Quizzes test your knowledge of the important concepts in each chapter and provide an explanation for each answer.
  • Explore the wealth of knowledge on the Internet with carefully chosen Web Links that showcase external sites that provide additional information about topics covered in the textbook.
  • Downloadable Worksheets are available for students to complement the chapter activities.

Peter L. Myers, PhD-Essex County College

Peter Myers is past President of the International Coalition for Addiction Studies Education, Emeritus at National Addictions Studies Education Commission, Retired from directing an addictions curriculum and Student/Employee Assistance Program at Essex County College in NJ (1981-2008), Emeritus Editor in Chief of the Journal of Ethnicity in Substance Abuse, Editorial Board of Substance Abuse and author/editor of six texts in the field of drugs and alcohol. He is on the Board of Directors of Columbia Pathways to Recovery, a recovery community organization in upstate New York.

Norman R. Salt, MA, CPS-New Jersey Department of Health

Norman R. Salt, MA, CPS, has over 45 year's experience in the alcohol and drug abuse treatment and prevention fields. He has been a counselor, supervisor, substance abuse and mental health trainer and prevention specialist. He has a Master's Degree in Rehabilitation Counseling from Seton Hall University. He was the Director of Training for the New Jersey Division of Addiction Services, Department of Health. Mr. Salt is presently retired and has continued as freelance consultant trainer for New Jersey Prevention Network (NJPN); Organization for Recovery (OFR); Mental Health Association of New Jersey (MHANJ); and Stockton State College. He has taught as an adjunct for Fairleigh Dickinson University, Georgian Court University, and Essex County College.

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