A Study of Retention of Communication Skills after Completion of a Communication Skills Training Course for Alcoholism Counselors
During 1976, the National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism directed the National Center for Alcohol Education (NCAE) to develop a training program in communication skills for alcoholism counselors. This training program entitled Counseling Alcoholic Clients (CAC) was completed in late 1976 and pilot tested in early 1977.
KeywordsTraining Program Communication Skill Pretest Score Communication Skill Training Counseling Experience
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