A four-day webinar series that aims to help aspiring counselors pass the AADC (Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor) Exams. The webinar includes lessons on exam construction and terminologies, practice questions on item structures, and items related to Areas of Practice included in the exam. This webinar will also help aspiring counselors gear up by improving their exam preparation and focus. In this four-day series training the following topics are going to be discussed:
Ethics, Pharmacology, Counseling, Terminology, 12 Core Functions, and how to get rid of anxiety when taking the exam.

After attending this course, participants will be able to:

  • Recognize exam construction and exam terminology.
  • Explain the importance of “time management” and knowing your own “learning style”.
  • Review several Practice Questions for evaluation of “item structure” thereby providing a greater chance of answering correctly.
  • Review “Areas of Practice” included in the exam.
  • Assess study skills and plan for improvement
  • Enable individual clinicians to develop knowledge and competence in the field of addiction
Target Audience: Psychologists, Social Workers, Addiction Counselors, & Licensed Professional Counselors
Content level: Beginner
8 CE hour credits approved by NAADAC & NBCC
This training is not approved by ASWB

Course Features

  • Lectures 1
  • Quizzes 1
  • Skill level All levels
  • Language English
  • Students 1027
  • Certificate Yes
  • Assessments Yes
    • Lecture.1
  • QUIZ
    • Quiz.1
      AADC EXAM PREP DAY ONE QUIZ 15 questions

Jenny M. Kirwin, MSW, LCSW, LCAS, CCS completed her BA in Psychology and Human Services; Masters of Social Work Degree with a concentration in Alcohol and Drugs from the University of Buffalo, NY. She is also a Licensed Clinical Social Worker; Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialist; and Certified Clinical Supervisor in NC. Jenny has been working as a consultant and clinical supervisor with almost 20 years in the field of mental health and substance abuse specializing in Co-Occurring Disorders. She began her career in North Carolina with the local Area Authority in Mental Health. Transitioning to the Women’s Program as a lead worker. Substance abuse quickly became her focus while obtaining LCAS and CCS with NCSAPPB. From Private Practice to DWI Programs, her background brings diverse experience to her clinical supervision services.
Jenny has been married for 19 years and has 4 children, 2 dogs, 8 chickens, and a goldfish. She enjoys being outdoors with her family as well as homesteading and staying physically active.