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American Addiction Centers
Family Therapist/Addictions Counselor was asked...March 12, 2014

I was asked specifically about my education, coming out of a seminary that taught dual psychological and theological approach to counseling I was asked if I understood that I was not to proselytize the clients.

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I replied that I understood my professional boundaries and that it was not my job to convert a client to a particular set of beliefs Less

Are you drug free? Due to my relationship with the employer, my set of skills (pertaining to this position) had been proven time and time again. My set of skills were ideal for this position so there was not much of an interview that would have been necessary.

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Always have been always will be. I admit I have not abstinence from all that substances and alcohol although I have not been debilitated with a need to use these substances. I do feel that my experience has made me a much more suitable fit for therapists and any career in this field and allows me to relate to the client, Although my condition is not as debilitating as the patients it allows me to connect with them on a much more intimate level than other employees. Less

Aspire Indiana

They asked about my organizational skills and how I prioritize tasks because the caseload is extremely demanding.

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