Applicants are required to submit a letter of intent and resume.
Applicants must submit a detailed resume including education, work and/or volunteer experience.
Applicants must submit a one-page letter of intent (350 words) outlining their interest in this field of study. The letter should express why they have an interest in addictions and mental health and in Humber’s Addictions and Mental Health graduate certificate program.
Submission Instructions for Resume and Letter of Intent
Applicants must submit the resume and letter of intent through SlideRoom. SlideRoom is a secure site where additional requirements are collected, scored and stored. Log-in to humber.slideroom.com and create your free account. There will be additional instructions once your account has been created.
Applicants must meet both academic and additional requirements in order to meet minimum program eligibility. Meeting minimum eligibility does not guarantee an offer of admission.
All additional requirements will be evaluated and a score will be calculated by the academic school.
Admission decisions will be available via MyHumber, or by email and mail. Admission decisions will not be released by phone.
|Semester 1||Domestic Fee||International Fee*|
|Semester 2||Domestic Fee||International Fee*|
|Semester 3||Domestic Fee||International Fee*|
*Plus Mandatory Health Insurance fee once per academic year: Fall start - $420 Winter start - $280 Summer start - $140
Humber’s Addictions and Mental Health graduate certificate program will empower you with the knowledge and skills you need for a rewarding career. Learn to deliver responsive, culturally relevant, client-centred assessment and treatment to diverse individuals and groups. Practise ways to effectively collaborate and transform lives as a valuable part of a professional support team.
You will acquire the knowledge, skills and abilities required by front-line workers and supervisors in order to deliver effective addictions and mental health services while promoting empowerment, self-determination and optimum quality of life to individuals with addictions and mental health issues.
Recovery principles, empowerment practice, and the impact of early and ongoing trauma in the lives of individuals across the lifespan are examined in the curriculum.
You will have an opportunity to provide evidence-informed clinical and educational services to diverse individuals and groups experiencing addictions and mental health related challenges.
Courses Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of the program, a graduate will:
Analyze and apply current knowledge and services in the addictions and mental health fields using a bio-psycho-social-spiritual framework.
Provide and evaluate holistic, client-centred, gender-based, and culturally relevant assessments and interventions to individuals, groups and families within social and cultural contexts across the lifespan.
Integrate skills and knowledge from a range of frameworks and contexts in addictions, mental health and concurrent disorders to provide non-biased services to women and those from diverse and varied populations.
Educate individuals, families, groups and the community regarding issues and approaches through knowledge translation, knowledge exchange and the dissemination of relevant and current research and practice via formal and informal education.
Access, utilize and advocate for culturally sensitive community supports and services for individuals, families and the community.
Actively participate in and contribute to, relevant networks, groups and organizations promoting development, improvement and advancement in the fields of addictions and mental health.
Work collaboratively within interprofessional teams providing ethical, effective, timely, and coordinated holistic services.
Practice ethical and responsible behaviour in all aspects of work.
Research and integrate the contribution and the participation of the client, family, and community as partners in designing and implementing care and services.
Use and sharpen new skills while gaining crucial on-the-job work experience during a mandatory practicum that takes place in semester 3. The placement, which is unpaid, is arranged with the assistance of a field placement co-ordinator.
Build your expertise in assessment and counselling with a variety of practical skills such as: Understanding the range of approaches to the treatment of addictions and mental health, learn how to complete assessments and treatment plans for clients demonstrating a range of issues, learn how to engage families and communities to help individuals succeed, and develop best practices to effectively treat individuals within different treatment modalities.
Join us from October 2-5, 2017 for Mental Health Awareness Week. There are a number of events taking place throughout the week including panel discussions, art therapy sessions, Ba Duan Jin yoga.
Qualify for employment in various organizations including community mental health and addictions services, residential treatment centres, hospitals, children’s centres, services for women, homeless shelters, youth and family services, services for Aboriginal people, ethnocultural centres, and crisis response services.
Our graduates seek career opportunities such as community support worker, team leader, housing worker, case manager, clinician, counsellor, crisis worker, addictions counsellor and mental health worker.
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