Christian Counseling Certificate
This fifteen credit graduate certificate provides coursework in some of the essential skills of a Christian counselor. This certificate program will equip the individual who is currently working in or planning to work in a church, church school or Christian agency setting. The intent is to train individuals to integrate faith when working with others, but to also know when to refer to a licensed mental health professional.
The Objectives of the Christian Counseling Certificate
- To equip professionals with Christian counseling skills that can be integrated into their professional practice.
- To support professionals in integrating Christian faith-based, scriptural principles in a holistic delivery approach of mental health services.
- To provide boundaries to those working with individuals, but do not have the mental health background to provide comprehensive support.
Pursuit of this graduate certificate requires a Master’s degree from an accredited University with a GPA of 3.0. A CUW graduate counseling student must obtain approval from the CUW graduate counseling program director prior to using these courses as a part of the graduate counseling master’s degree.
Students must complete the three required courses and two electives in order to be eligible for the Christian Counseling Certificate.
|COUN 545||Christian Care Giving||3|
|COUN 544||Scripture & Christian Counselo||3|
|COUN 546||Christian Reconciliation||3|
|COUN 510||Christian Persp Psychphrmclgy||3|
|COUN 523||Ind Counsl frm Christian Persp||3|
|COUN 528||Christian Persp Family Dev||3|
|COUN 522||Ethics of Christian Counselor||3|
|COUN 553||Social/Cultural Theolgcl Found||3|
|COUN 563||Cur Topics Pastors & Church Wk||3|
|COUN 565||Consult Strat within Church||3|
|COUN 577||Mod & Meth Christian Fam Couns||3|
|COUN 578||Christian Trauma Counseling||3|