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Judith Antinarella,
B.A., M.A., Barry University; B.A., Florida International University; M.S.W., Florida State University

Ms. Antinarella teaches the following courses:

PSB 2442  Psychology of Addiction
HUS 1001 Introduction to Human Services
HUS 1428 Addiction Treatment Delivery Systems
HUS 1302 Basic Counseling Skills
HUS 1421 Assessment and treatment Planning in                       Addictions
HUS 1423 Group Counseling in Substance Abuse
HUS 1475 Addiction Counseling and the Law
HUS 2303 Counseling Techniques
HUS 2500 Issues and Ethics in Human Services
HUS 2493 Addiction Counseling Competencies
HUS 1480 HIV/AIDS and the Substance Abuser
HUS 1318 Domestic Abuse and Family Violence
HUS 1440 Family Issues in Chemical Dependency
HUS 2820 Field Experience in Human Services
HUS 2941 Human Services Addiction Counseling                       Practicum
HUS 2902 Directed Independent Study In Addiction                       Treatment

       


Judith Antinarella, M.A.   
Instructor,
Human Services;   
Wolfson   

Email: jantinar@mdc.edu   

Phone: 305.237.3720   
 

       
       
 



     
     
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