Chemical Dependency Counselor


Chemical dependency counselors help people overcome their addictions to alcohol or drugs such as heroin, cocaine, fentanyl, or methamphetamines.

Counselors typically work with addicts in group therapy sessions, as well as creating individualized rehabilitation programs, collaborating with client family members, doctors and other healthcare professionals.

Chemical dependency counselors typically work for hospitals, specialized clinics, or nonprofit organizations focused on reducing addiction.

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