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Board Overview and Credentialing Al Greene Institute 2015 Board Overview and Credentialing Al Greene Institute 2015

Today's Facilitators • Mike Vannoy, LPC, LCAS, CCS • Board Member • Danny Graves, Today's Facilitators • Mike Vannoy, LPC, LCAS, CCS • Board Member • Danny Graves, LCAS, CCS, • Board Member

Training Objectives • Board’s charter, history and composition • Benefits of credentialing • Credentials Training Objectives • Board’s charter, history and composition • Benefits of credentialing • Credentials offered • Credentialing process • Credentialing requirements • Questions and comments

Board Staff • Barden Culbreth, Executive Director • Katie Faulkner, Associate Director • Mary. Board Staff • Barden Culbreth, Executive Director • Katie Faulkner, Associate Director • Mary. Beth Rapp, Administrative Assistant • Donna Strickland, Administrative Assistant • E. Ann Christian, Legal Counsel to the Board

Contact Information • Website: www. ncsappb. org • Email: barden@recanc. com • Phone: (919) Contact Information • Website: www. ncsappb. org • Email: [email protected] com • Phone: (919) 832 -0975 • Fax: (919) 833 -5743

About the Board…… • 25 members (11 elected – 14 appointed) • Member board About the Board…… • 25 members (11 elected – 14 appointed) • Member board of the International Certification and Reciprocity Consortium (ICRC/AODA, Inc. ) • Quarterly meetings • Annual meeting - NC Summer School, Wilmington

Board Officers • Bert Wood, President Mt. Airy • Helen Wolstenholme, Vice President Cary Board Officers • Bert Wood, President Mt. Airy • Helen Wolstenholme, Vice President Cary (Chair, Executive Committee) • Carol Hoffman, Secretary Pinehurst • Tony Beatty, Treasurer Charlotte

Board Members Western Region Tony Beatty, elected Danny Graves, appointed (Governor) Michael Vannoy, elected Board Members Western Region Tony Beatty, elected Danny Graves, appointed (Governor) Michael Vannoy, elected Flay J. Lee, elected Jane Peck, appointed (Nursing Board) Wrenn Rivenbark, elected

Board Members North Central Region Clyde Ebron, elected Fran Gordon, appointed (NBCC) Geri Miller, Board Members North Central Region Clyde Ebron, elected Fran Gordon, appointed (NBCC) Geri Miller, elected Lynn Inman, appointed (NCSAPPB) Mary Jane Mc. Gill, appointed (NAADAC) Laura Veach, elected Bert Wood, appointed (NCSAPPB)

Board Members South Central Region Bert Bennett, appointed (DHHS SAS) Worth Bolton, elected Carol Board Members South Central Region Bert Bennett, appointed (DHHS SAS) Worth Bolton, elected Carol Hoffman, elected Lynn Jones, appointed (DHHS SAS) Al Mooney, appointed (President Pro Tem) Helen Wolstenholme, appointed (NCSAPPB)

Board Members Eastern Region Johnny Bass, appointed (Speaker of the House) Lidia Bly-Herman, elected Board Members Eastern Region Johnny Bass, appointed (Speaker of the House) Lidia Bly-Herman, elected Cheryl Gentile, appointed (CRCC) Jessica Holton, appointed (NASW) Phil Mooring, elected Nora Noel, appointed (APA)

Historical Board Milestones • August 1984 - Board became a duly chartered corporation • Historical Board Milestones • August 1984 - Board became a duly chartered corporation • 1994 - granted statutory status by N. C. G. S. 90 -113. 30, in order to: - Establish standards for professional practice in the alcoholism and addiction service delivery systems, - Provide a means by which individuals credentialed under these standards may be recognized and identified as possessing the necessary competencies as professionals in the field of alcoholism and addictions counseling, - Establish a means by which alcoholism and addiction professionals may demonstrate their integrity and credibility to the general public and to other health care professionals. • August 1997 - legislation added the Certified Clinical Addictions Specialist (CCAS) and specifically established the Board as the sole credentialing body for North Carolina substance abuse professionals • September 2005 - legislation mandated practice protection, established licensure and added another credential (CCJP)

Historical Board Milestones • July 2008 – Senate Bill 2117 amended previous legislation to Historical Board Milestones • July 2008 – Senate Bill 2117 amended previous legislation to create the following necessary changes: – Oral examination replaced by a competency-based written examination to conform with standards adopted by the ICRC; – Terminology changed Clinical Addictions Specialist Intern to Provisional Licensed Addictions Specialist; – Several other minor changes related to definitions, Board composition and credentialing.

Why Become Credentialed? • It’s the Law (SB 705 – September 2005) • Professional Why Become Credentialed? • It’s the Law (SB 705 – September 2005) • Professional Membership and Recognition • Promotes Public Safety and Welfare • Demonstrates Commitment to Professional Growth and Development • Portability (in many cases)

Why Become Credentialed? • International Certification and Reciprocity Consortium – Up to half of Why Become Credentialed? • International Certification and Reciprocity Consortium – Up to half of all substance abuse professionals in the US hold an ICRC credential – incorporated in 1981 – 25 countries – boards are located in 48 states and territories – five Native American territories – all branches of the US military – 45, 000 credentialed addiction professionals Worldwide

Credentials Offered LCAS Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialist (1, 539) CCS Certified Clinical Supervisor (380) Credentials Offered LCAS Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialist (1, 539) CCS Certified Clinical Supervisor (380) CSAC Certified Substance Abuse Counselor (673) CCJP Certified Criminal Justice Addictions Professional (113) CSAPC Certified Substance Abuse Prevention Consultant (79) CSARFD Certified Substance Abuse Residential Facility Director (3) * ( ) – Number of each credential in NC

ICRC Equivalents • Alcohol & Drug Counselor (ADC = CSAC) • Advanced Alcohol & ICRC Equivalents • Alcohol & Drug Counselor (ADC = CSAC) • Advanced Alcohol & Drug Counselor (AADC = LCAS) • Clinical Supervisor (CS = CCS) • Prevention Specialist (PS = CSAPC) • Certified Criminal Justice Addictions Professional (CCJP = CCJP)

Across the state……. . • Over 3, 000 active credentials • Over 1, 880 Across the state……. . • Over 3, 000 active credentials • Over 1, 880 individuals registered for certification or licensure • And a number that is growing everyday is the LCASA----Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist Associate (387)

Where Do I Start? 1 Create account in Learning. Builder, the online application portal Where Do I Start? 1 Create account in Learning. Builder, the online application portal 2 Complete Application Supervision Contract Ethics Training/Code Pay Registration Fee CSAC/LCAS 3 Complete Requirements Examination Fee Pass Examination Ongoing Practice Supervision Contract*

Common Credentialing Requirements • Education – Formal (high school/GED, college, advanced) – Training (substance Common Credentialing Requirements • Education – Formal (high school/GED, college, advanced) – Training (substance abuse specific) • Experience – On-the-job work experience – Supervision by a CCS or CSI • Demonstrating Competence – Passing a computerized competency-based examination

Twelve Core Functions Screening Case Management Intake Crisis Intervention Orientation Client Education Assessment Record Twelve Core Functions Screening Case Management Intake Crisis Intervention Orientation Client Education Assessment Record Keeping Treatment Planning Referral Counseling Consultation

Addiction Counseling Competencies • Eight Practice Dimensions – – – – Clinical Evaluation Treatment Addiction Counseling Competencies • Eight Practice Dimensions – – – – Clinical Evaluation Treatment Planning Referral Service Coordination Counseling Client, Family and Community Education Documentation Professional and Ethical Responsibilities Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Center for Substance Abuse Treatment TAP 21 www. samhsa. gov

Certified Substance Abuse Counselor CSAC Certified Substance Abuse Counselor CSAC

Education • Documentation of high school diploma or GED, bachelor’s, or advanced degree • Education • Documentation of high school diploma or GED, bachelor’s, or advanced degree • 270 clock hours of Board-approved education / training – at least 190 hours substance abuse specific – up to 80 hours general skill building – must have 6 hours HIV/AIDS, STDs, bloodborne pathogens – must have 6 hours Ethics and 6 from Topics List

Admin Rules Approved Training Topic List • Nicotine Dependence • Psychopathology • Evidence-Based Treatment Admin Rules Approved Training Topic List • Nicotine Dependence • Psychopathology • Evidence-Based Treatment Approaches • Substance Abuse Issues In Older Adults • Substance Abuse Issues Affecting Veterans

Experience • Equivalent of three (3) years full time paid or volunteer supervised experience Experience • Equivalent of three (3) years full time paid or volunteer supervised experience (6, 000 hours) • 300 hours of Supervised Practical Training – Minimum of 10 hours of supervised practical training in each of the 12 Core Functions (120 hours) – 1 hour of supervision for every 10 hours of practice in each of the 12 Core Functions – Remaining 180 hours may be at supervisors discretion – May operate at 1 hour of supervision for every 40 hours of practice after successful completion of supervised practical training and supervisor’s recommendation – Supervision received by a CCS or CSI

Examination • Computer Based Examination – Offered year round, at testing sites all over Examination • Computer Based Examination – Offered year round, at testing sites all over the country – 150 questions – 3 hour time limit

CSAC Biannual Recertification Requirements • Contract for Practice Supervision – 1: 40 hrs x CSAC Biannual Recertification Requirements • Contract for Practice Supervision – 1: 40 hrs x 2 yrs, 1: 80 hrs x 2 yrs, 1: 160 hrs after 4 yrs – Provided by CCS, CSI or LCAS • 60 hours of approved continuing education – 3 hours of HIV/AIDS, STDs, blood-borne pathogens – 3 hours of Ethics – 3 hours from Topic’s List • Code of Conduct Agreement • Payment of fee

Certified Clinical Supervisor CCS Certified Clinical Supervisor CCS

Certified Clinical Supervisor • Scope of Practice: The practice of a CCS is based Certified Clinical Supervisor • Scope of Practice: The practice of a CCS is based on knowledge in the performance domains to supervise substance abuse professionals who work to treat, prevent, or reduce the conditions that place individuals at risk of developing addictive disorder or disease and help prevent relapse.

Certified Clinical Supervisor • Why earn the CCS credential? A CCS is qualified to Certified Clinical Supervisor • Why earn the CCS credential? A CCS is qualified to supervise credentialed substance abuse counselors and counselors who are pursuing a NCSAPPB credential. A CCS is also the only approved supervisor of a CCS applicant and those who have obtained the CSI (Clinical Supervisor Intern) status.

CCS Requirements • Master’s degree in a human services field with a clinical application CCS Requirements • Master’s degree in a human services field with a clinical application from a regionally accredited college or university • Currently credentialed as a LCAS • 4, 000 hours (2 years) experience as a substance abuse clinical supervisor • 30 hours of substance abuse clinical supervision specific education/training • One reference from applicants’ current supervisor (must be a CCS) • Two additional letters of reference • IC/RC Computer based exam • Payment of all fees

Certified Clinical Supervisor Q: What is a Clinical Supervisor Intern? A: A CSI is Certified Clinical Supervisor Q: What is a Clinical Supervisor Intern? A: A CSI is an applicant who has submitted: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. An Application Resume Master’s Degree Transcript Proof of LCAS Credentialing Signed Code of Ethical Conduct Documentation of 15 hours of clinical supervision specific training Fingerprint and Authority for Release of Information (and prints have cleared the SBI and the Board’s Standards Committee) Payment of Fees ($125 registration fee plus the $38 background check fee) 8.

Certified Clinical Supervisor Q: I’m a CSI, now what? A: A Board designated CSI Certified Clinical Supervisor Q: I’m a CSI, now what? A: A Board designated CSI has 3 years to complete the application process, which involves: 1. 2. Documentation of practice as a clinical supervisor intern Reference from current CCS supervisor (documenting 4, 000 hours work experience as a SA Clinical Supervisor) Two references (one from a counselor that the CSI has actually supervised or other professional) Documentation of completed education/training (30 hours total) Payment of Fees ($125 Written Test Fee) Pass the IC&RC computer based examination 3. 4. 5. 6.

Certified Clinical Supervisor • Clinical Supervisor Interns MUST remain under the supervision of a Certified Clinical Supervisor • Clinical Supervisor Interns MUST remain under the supervision of a CCS until they have earned their CCS credential • This applies to all CSI designated applicants until they have successfully completed the CCS written exam

CCS Biannual Recertification Requirements • 15 hours of approved continuing education – Must be CCS Biannual Recertification Requirements • 15 hours of approved continuing education – Must be substance abuse clinical supervision training • Code of Conduct Agreement • Payment of fee

Certified Criminal Justice Addictions Professional CCJP Certified Criminal Justice Addictions Professional CCJP

Certified Criminal Justice Addictions Professional • Designed for addictions professionals who work in one Certified Criminal Justice Addictions Professional • Designed for addictions professionals who work in one of three settings: – Law Enforcement – Judiciary – Corrections • Does not require an active caseload of clients

Eight Performance Domains • Domain 1: Dynamics of Addiction and Criminal Behavior • Domain Eight Performance Domains • Domain 1: Dynamics of Addiction and Criminal Behavior • Domain 2: Legal, Ethical, and Professional Responsibility • Domain 3: Criminal Justice System and Processes • Domain 4: Clinical Evaluation: Screening & Assessment • Domain 5: Treatment Planning • Domain 6: Case Management, Monitoring & Participant Supervision • Domain 7: Counseling • Domain 8: Documentation

Education • Documentation of high school diploma or GED, bachelor’s or advanced degree • Education • Documentation of high school diploma or GED, bachelor’s or advanced degree • 270 hours specific to performance domains – 180 hours if the applicant has a master’s degree or higher in a human services field • 6 hours HIV/AIDS, STDs, blood-borne pathogens • 6 hours Ethics • 6 hours from Topic’s List

Experience • Paid or voluntary professional experience providing direct service to individuals involved in Experience • Paid or voluntary professional experience providing direct service to individuals involved in the criminal justice system. – High School/GED- 6, 000 hrs (3 years) – AA/AS- 5, 000 hrs (2. 5 years) – BA/BS- 4, 000 hrs (2 years) – MA/MS- 2, 000 hrs (1 year) – Master’s Level with other advanced SA credential (NBCC, NASW, MAC, etc) - 1, 000 hrs (6 months)

Experience • 300 Hours of Supervised Practical Training • At least 10 hours of Experience • 300 Hours of Supervised Practical Training • At least 10 hours of supervision in each of the eight Performance Domains • Supervision must be received by either a CCS or CSI

Examination • 150 question IC&RC computerized examination – – – – Domain 1: Dynamics Examination • 150 question IC&RC computerized examination – – – – Domain 1: Dynamics of Addiction and Criminal Behavior (17%) Domain 2: Legal, Ethical, and Professional Responsibility (12%) Domain 3: Criminal Justice System and Processes(12% ) Domain 4: Clinical Evaluation: Screening & Assessment (14%) Domain 5: Treatment Planning (11%) Domain 6: Case Management, Monitoring and Supervision(10%) Domain 7: Counseling: (16%) Domain 8: Documentation: (8%)

CCJP Biannual Renewal Requirements • Contract for Practice Supervision (1: 40) – Provided by CCJP Biannual Renewal Requirements • Contract for Practice Supervision (1: 40) – Provided by CCS, CSI or LCAS • 60 hours of approved continuing education – 3 hours of HIV/AIDS, STDs, blood-borne pathogens – 3 hours of Ethics – 3 hours from Topic’s List • Code of Conduct Agreement • Payment of renewal fee

Certified Substance Abuse Prevention Consultant CSAPC Certified Substance Abuse Prevention Consultant CSAPC

Performance Domains • Planning and Evaluation • Education and Skill Development • Community Organization Performance Domains • Planning and Evaluation • Education and Skill Development • Community Organization • Public and Organizational Policy • Professional Growth and Responsibility

Education • 270 hours of education / training – 170 hours in the area Education • 270 hours of education / training – 170 hours in the area primary prevention – 100 hours must be substance abuse specific: Dynamics of Addiction, Relapse Prevention, etc. (must be approved by NCSAPPB) – 6 hours HIV/AIDS, STDs, blood-borne pathogens – 6 hours Ethics – 6 hours from Topic’s List • All hours must be in the Performance Domains

Experience • 5 years of full-time experience – 2 years of full-time experience for Experience • 5 years of full-time experience – 2 years of full-time experience for bachelor’s degree or higher • 300 hours of Supervised Practical Training – minimum of 10 hours of supervised practical training in each performance domains – supervision must be provided by a CCS, CSI or a CSAPC with a minimum of three years of professional experience

Examination • 150 question IC&RC computerized examination – Domain 1: Planning and Evaluation (30%) Examination • 150 question IC&RC computerized examination – Domain 1: Planning and Evaluation (30%) – Domain 2: Prevention Education and Service Delivery(15%) – Domain 3: Communication (13%) – Domain 4: Community Organization (15%) – Domain 5: Public Policy and Environmental Change (12%) – Domain 6: Professional Growth and Responsibility (15%)

CSAPC Biannual Renewal Requirements • 40 hours of approved continuing education – 3 hours CSAPC Biannual Renewal Requirements • 40 hours of approved continuing education – 3 hours of HIV/AIDS, STDs, blood-borne pathogens – 3 hours of Ethics – 3 hours from Topic’s List • Code of Conduct Agreement • Payment of renewal fee

Certified Substance Abuse Residential Facility Director CSARFD Certified Substance Abuse Residential Facility Director CSARFD

Requirements • Applicant must hold the CSAC or LCAS • 50 hours of NCSAPPB Requirements • Applicant must hold the CSAC or LCAS • 50 hours of NCSAPPB approved academic/didactic management specific training • Two positive recommendations from a supervisor and co-worker • Completion of Application • Payment of all fees ($125 registration fee, $125 credentialing fee, $38 background check fee)

CSARFD Biannual Renewal Requirements • 10 hours of substance abuse specific education • Code CSARFD Biannual Renewal Requirements • 10 hours of substance abuse specific education • Code of Conduct Agreement • Payment of renewal fee

Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialist LCAS Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialist LCAS

Criteria A (Related Master’s) • Master’s Degree with a clinical application in human service Criteria A (Related Master’s) • Master’s Degree with a clinical application in human service field from a regionally accredited university • 2 years post-graduate experience (4, 000 hours) • 3 References from LCAS or CSAC with Master’s degree • 300 hour supervised SA practical training • Passing score on exam • 180 hours substance abuse specific training 6 -HIV 6 -Ethics 6 -Topic’s List 6 -Clinical Supervision • Attestation to adhere to ethical code of NCSAPPB • Not under disciplinary review • Payment of fees

Criteria B (Previously Certified) • Master’s Degree with a clinical application in human service Criteria B (Previously Certified) • Master’s Degree with a clinical application in human service field from a regionally accredited university • Current certification as a CSAC • 3 references from LCAS or CSAC with Master’s degree • Passing score on exam • Attestation to adhere to ethical code of NCSAPPB • Not under disciplinary review • Payment of fees

Criteria C (Master’s w/SA Specialty) • Master’s Degree in human service field with substance Criteria C (Master’s w/SA Specialty) • Master’s Degree in human service field with substance abuse specialty from a preapproved regionally accredited university that includes 180 SAS hours • 1 year post-graduate experience (2, 000 hours) • 3 references from LCAS or CSAC with Master’s degree • Passing score on exam • Attestation to adhere to ethical code of NCSAPPB • Not under disciplinary review • Payment of fees

Approved School Curriculums Disclaimer: Some of these schools offer a stand alone addictions certificate Approved School Curriculums Disclaimer: Some of these schools offer a stand alone addictions certificate in addition to their approved Criteria C Master’s Degree programs. Completion of these certificates does not allow applicants with previously attained non-Criteria C schools to then qualify for Criteria C.

Approved School Curriculums • NC A&T University—Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling—Clinical Substance Approved School Curriculums • NC A&T University—Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling—Clinical Substance Abuse Elective program offered via the Counseling Department, Rehabilitation Studies • Appalachian State University—Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling program offered by the Department of Human Development and Psychological Counseling • East Carolina University—Master’s degree in Substance Abuse and Rehab Counseling program offered through the Department of Addictions and Rehabilitation Studies • East Carolina University—Master of Social Work Substance Abuse Certificate program offered through the School of Social Work • Fayetteville State University—Master of Social Work with a Graduate Certificate in Substance Abuse Studies program offered through the Department of Social Work • UNC Charlotte—Master of Counseling with a Graduate Certificate in Substance Abuse Counseling program offered by the Counseling Department • UNC Wilmington—Master’s in Psychology with the Substance Abuse Treatment Psychology Concentration program via the Department of Psychology • WCU—Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling Substance Abuse Studies Certificate program offered by the Department of Human Services • WCU—Masters in Social Work Substance Abuse Studies Certificate program offered by the Department of Social Work • UNC—Master’s in Social Work with a Certificate Program in Substance Abuse Studies offered by the School of Social Work

Criteria D (Deemed Status) • Be a member of a professional discipline granted deemed Criteria D (Deemed Status) • Be a member of a professional discipline granted deemed status by the Board • Be licensed, certified or recognized by that discipline as having met the standards of a substance abuse specialist • Hold a substance abuse certification from that professional discipline which has been granted deemed status by the NCSAPPB • Payment of fees

Deemed Status Organizations • International Nurses Society on Addictions (CARN-AP) • National Board of Deemed Status Organizations • International Nurses Society on Addictions (CARN-AP) • National Board of Certified Counselors (LPC-MAC) • National Association for Addiction Professionals (NAADACMAC) • National Association of Social Workers (NASW-ATOD) • American Psychological Association (Certificate of Proficiency) • Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification (MAC)

LCAS Biannual Recertification Requirements • 40 hours of approved continuing education – 3 hours LCAS Biannual Recertification Requirements • 40 hours of approved continuing education – 3 hours of HIV/AIDS, STDs, blood-borne pathogens – 3 hours of Ethics, 3 hours from the Topic’s List • Code of Conduct Agreement • Payment of fee