Drug And Alcohol Counselor Recommendation Letter

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A supervisor who writes a drug and alcohol counselor recommendation letter writes that letter to help a counselor move into a higher paying position, find a position in a medical facility or attend graduate school. The short letter serves to impress an employer or an admittance officer and help that counselor move up through the ranks.

Tia Petersen

City, State, Zip Code

Cell: 000-000-0000


Felicity Weeks,

Matt Smith asked for a letter of recommendation for your graduate school program that detailed the experiences he had while working at our substance abuse center. During the two years he worked for our facility, I found that he was professional and friendly. He treated all his patients with respect, and I believe he will be an excellent counselor in the future.

As a professional counselor, Smith excelled in working with a diverse group of patients. He often led our group therapy sessions and served as an asset to both his patients and their families. Smith also worked independently with some patients to help them conquer their fears about the future.

Given his time with us, Smith exhibited that characteristics that show he would do well in a graduate PhD program. He kept detailed records of each session and meeting he had with patients, met with other counselors to discuss potentially dangerous situations and followed new stories on drug and alcohol counseling. Those skills and experiences will give him a better understanding of the topics he will discuss and learn about in school.


Linda Evans

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