Emeritus Addiction Studies
Emeritus Addiction Studies is an organisation established to provide professional education, training and consultative services in the field of addiction prevention and treatment of substance use disorders.
Education Transforms Lives
In the process of enabling thousands of working addiction and allied health practitioners in the field to continue learning and updating themselves, Emeritus Addiction Studies also implements university certification courses to satisfy the thirst of knowledge and enhance the skills of the addiction workforce.
Our Collaborative Partners
International Recovery Conference, 17-19 June 2019
Executive Diploma in Addiction Studies (EDAS)
2nd Cohort Registration Now Open
Addiction Recovery Specialist
International Certified Addiction
Professional Recovery Specialist
“I am proud and so pleased to have experienced the training programs of Emeritus Addiction Studies. The level of Trainers and programs are equal to any if not better than any international school or program. It has enhanced my ability and effectivity as an addiction professional. Its practical realistic evidence based approach makes it easy for me to understand and apply it in my field immediately. I look forward to continuing my studies with Emeritus in the hope of obtaining my Masters Diploma. More power to Emeritus!!!”Mr. Gaye Avancena
“I am Suhaika Shereen from Malaysia and have attended two training initiatives organized by Emeritus Addiction Studies. By far both the trainings were the best trainings I’ve ever attended! The skills I’ve learned isn’t only for work but can also be applied to my everyday dealings. Love it!!
I fully recommend Emeritus courses to anyone who aspires to be a specialist in the field”Suhaika Shereen
“Personal and professional growth depends on the awareness of an individual, knowing what needs to be improved and willingness to unlearn what does not work. Being in the Addiction field for more than 10yrs, I have been practicing what I learned as far as counseling and psychotherapy is concerned.
The training on MI opened my mind and made me reassess how I was with my own clients. The way Dr. Igor facilitated gave more insights on what I should be improving on and which approaches I still need to change. Words and the intonation do matter in applying MI. The skill of identifying the “gold nugget” is an area wherein I will be focusing more.
This will definitely enhance my counseling and psychotherapy skills.Aimee Rose Manda
I am Kanti Khatiwada, Nepali National, currently completing my Master degree in Addiction Rehabilitation Counseling at Namseoul University, Korea.
The 4 days program on the “Art of Motivational Interviewing” made possible by Emeritus Addiction Studies and Asia Metropolitan University, is indeed a very fruitful training initiative which helped the participants to enhance our knowledge on a systematic perspective of motivational interviewing and other motivational enhancement strategies. Dr. Igor Koutsenok’s brilliant lecture, video example, involvement of participants in group discussion, role plays and group presentations helped us practically learn different clinical skills to implement new strategies in helping people resolve their ambivalence, expressing empathy and avoiding argument, developing discrepancy, rolling with resistance, and supporting self-efficacy. After the the training, I felt inspired and enlightened that now equipped with the latest skills, I can hone my skills to help clients in expressing and understanding their needs; engage them in the treatment process and structured treatment sessions, select appropriate interventions and help them to find motivation focusing on a sustainable behavioral change.
I fully recommend addiction specialists in rehabilitation centres to be part of Emeritus initiatives.
Lastly, My special thanks to my professors Dr. Kim EunSil and Mr. Tay Bian How.Kanti Khatiwada
Emeritus Addiction Studies partners world class universities and professional organisations in implementing executive post graduate diploma and master degree courses in addiction studies.