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Successful completion of all four courses will lead the student to be “Board Certified” in this specialty of  “Cognitive Therapy & Ethics”.

Cognitive Therapy Techniques

This course is technique oriented. The emphasis is on cognitive therapy methods rather than problems such as depression, marital conflicts, anger, etc. This course provides the student with some useful tools to make his/her counseling more effective.

This course consists of a textbook, workbook and requires 1 open-book (non-proctored) exam. Approximate study time is 45 hours.

Life’s Answers through Counseling with God

The student will learn first hand a Christian approach to counseling his or her clients in a Bible based, methodical professional manner utilizing a counseling method taught by the N.C.C.A.

This course consists of a textbook of approximately 150 pages in length and requires one closed-book (proctored) exam. Approximate study time is 35 hours,

Quality, Ethics and Legal Issues in Christian Counseling

The purpose of this course is to provide the student with information regarding ethical issues in counseling. It will also provide them with a clear understanding of the importance of confidentiality. In addition, this course will provide information regarding referrals, helpful agencies and programs.

This course consists of a textbook of approximately 133 pages in length and requires one closed-book (proctored) exam. Approximate study time is 35 hours.

Making Life Healing Changes

The purpose of this course is to provide a clearer understanding of spiritual warfare to help learn and appreciate the conflicts that take place in the life of a counselee, as well as in our own lives.

The course consists of a textbook of approximately 150 pages in length and requires 1 closed-book (proctored) exam. Approximate study time is 45 hours,