Canadian Clinical Supervisor Addiction Counsellor
This certification is reciprocal with other IC&RC member boards.
The applicant must have 5 years (10,000 hours) of counselling experience as an alcohol and drug counsellor. The clinical work experience required is the equivalent of 2 years (4,000 hours) of documented clinical supervisory experience and must include the provision of 200 contact hours of face-to-face clinical supervision. These 4,000 hours may be included in the 10,000 hours of counselling experience required. Candidates have up to 4 years to complete this requirement.
The applicant must have 30 documented hours of education in clinical supervision. This must be in the performance domains for any or all of the following: Assessment and Evaluation, Counsellor Development, Professional Responsibility, and Management/Administration.
Having met the basic requirements the candidate will:
- You must have an active CACCF membership. If you don’t have one, please click here to apply online.
- Submit a Portfolio Application that outlines work experience, education, supervised clinical training, written case presentation, a signed Canon of Ethics and the applicable administrative fee.
- Pass a written examination based on the Twelve Core Functions that has been approved by the IC&RC.
This certification must be re-certified every 2 years by submitting proof of 40 CACCF approved continuing education hours.