Center for Addictions

Contact Us

Department Contact

Amy Grose
Administrative Assistant, Center for Addictions and the Department of ACPHS
Dwight Schar College of Education, Rm 170T
agrose3@ashland.edu
419.207.4967

Curriculum

Current Academic Year
Associate of Arts with a Concentration in Addictions Four-Year Guide
Minor in Addictions Minor

Faculty

Alisha Dennis-Brinson
Alisha Dennis-Brinson
Assistant Professor
166, Dwight Schar College of Education
419.207.4994 / adennisb@ashland.edu
Emma Kulbis
Emma Kulbis
Assistant Professor
161, Dwight Schar College of Education
419.289.5109 / ekulbis@ashland.edu

Contact Us

Contact Us

Department Contact

Amy Grose
Administrative Assistant, Center for Addictions and the Department of ACPHS
Dwight Schar College of Education, Rm 170T
agrose3@ashland.edu
419.207.4967

Curriculum

Curriculum

Current Academic Year
Associate of Arts with a Concentration in Addictions Four-Year Guide
Minor in Addictions Minor

Faculty

Faculty

Alisha Dennis-Brinson
Alisha Dennis-Brinson
Assistant Professor
166, Dwight Schar College of Education
419.207.4994 / adennisb@ashland.edu
Emma Kulbis
Emma Kulbis
Assistant Professor
161, Dwight Schar College of Education
419.289.5109 / ekulbis@ashland.edu

The Center for Addictions

The Center for Addictions is involved with the community of addictions treatment professionals by conducting professional development seminars for licensed counselors and social workers to continue their professional development. The Center for Addictions also collaborates with community agencies to provide internship opportunities for students interested in the helping professions.

For more information on The Center for Addictions at Ashland University, please contact the director, Christy Ellis-Trolian, MA, JD, LPCC-S, LICDC-CS.

The Department of Addictions Counseling, Prevention, and Human Services

The Department of Addictions Counseling, Prevention, and Human Services offers a minor in addictions for students pursuing any bachelor’s degrees. The minor, in addition to a degree in psychology, criminal justice, social work, and nursing, fulfills the educational requirement for the Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor III (LCDC III) in Ohio. The department also offers an Associate of Arts with a Concentration in Addictions that fulfills the educational requirement for the Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor II (LCDC II) in Ohio. These programs provide a quality educational base to prepare students for a career in addictions counseling. Licensure also requires counseling-related work experience hours and a passing score on the ADC exam.

For more information about the Department of Addictions Counseling, Prevention, and Human Services, please contact Amy Grose, Administrative Assistant to the department.

For more information about our addictions programs, please visit https://addictions.ashland.edu/

Athletics

Athletics