The Cameron Counseling Center of Cameron Memorial Community Hospital is pleased to announce the Indiana Addiction licensure of Rita Lechleidner, Director, LAC; Christine Sebring, LCAC, and Adelle Schwan, LCAC. This licensing distinction is new in the state of Indiana.
Licensure as a Licensed Addiction Counselor (LAC) and Licensed Clinical Addiction Counselor (LCAC) requires extensive experience in the addictions field, advanced certification by the Indiana Counselors Association of Alcohol and Drug Abuse (ICAADA), a bachelor or master’s degree, and significant years of clinical work in the field of substance abuse and addiction.
Lechleidner has served as the director of the Cameron Counseling Center for over three years and has provided substance abuse counseling for over 19 years. She holds the Indiana advanced certified alcohol and drug abuse counselor II (CADAC II) certification.
Sebring has been in the field of mental health and substance abuse counseling for twenty years and is also certified in Indiana at the advanced CADAC IV level. She works part-time at the Cameron Counseling Center and has a private practice in Michigan.
Schwan recently joined the Counseling Center’s staff, but has thirty years of experience in substance abuse. She has been certified in Indiana at the CADAC II and Certified Clinical Supervisor (CCS) levels.
For more information, please contact (260) 668-7060.