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Why do you want a career as an addiction counselor?
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Most n serious problem is related to drugs n alochol making social life hell.
Because I have always wanted to help people, especially in addictions.
I believe that as this world progresses the onset of addiction occurs more often. I believe that there is a lot of underlying hurt that people who struggle with addiction face. I want this career to provide support to those who need it .
I am good at it, it is all I want to do and it gives a stereotyped group the opportunity to thrive.
I want a career as an addiction counselor.
Since working my placement with MRS, I have found my passion. I see the struggles that people with addictions face and I want to be a support for them. I see the stigma attached to addiction and I want to break it. I want to be able to provide a safe space for every client that I encounter.
I want to be able to offer hope, and encouragement to people with addictions.
I want to help people get better and improve their quality of life.
Helping people who addicted to drugs to abstain from their use.
I would like a career as an addiction counselor, because I enjoy helping client's to accomplish their ultimate goal which is sobriety/abstinence.