A seminary Addiction Studies Certificate is offered at the graduate level by seminaries in order to combat the growing problems of chemical and alcohol dependence that has become a scourge to society both inside and outside the church. Those students who are studying for an Addiction Certificate will investigate all aspects of addictive compulsions both chemically based and the underlying psychological dynamics that are associated with addictive personalities. These addictive issues are viewed through both secular research and psychology as well as through faith based therapies and interventions that draw from scriptural and spiritual foundations.
The student studying for an accredited Certificate in Addiction Studies will provide take courses that could form the foundation for further graduate studies or mental health certifications in your state of residency. Moreover, a certificate in Addiction Studies from a seminary will help the student to understand and appreciate the spiritual impacts of addiction on the individual and other stakeholders.
Seminaries with Certificates in Addiction Studies
- Western Seminary (Addiction Studies Certificate)
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- Certificate in Chaplaincy
- Certificate in Recovery Ministry
- Certificate in School Counseling
- M.T.S. Degree an M.S.N. Degree
- Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology Degree
See all the accredited theology school degree programs listed.