This course educates people about God’s design for sexuality, and helps restore wholeness for those who have been broken in their sexuality. Healthy Sexuality 2.0 will equip counselors and caregivers to help restore a healthy view of God’s design for marriage and sexuality to those who are seeking truth and wholeness in a culture of…

In a culture of impossible standards, it is paramount that counselors be equipped to deal with the rampant perfectionism that is tearing clients apart. This course will help counselors provide guidance to clients dealing with an unhealthy drive towards perfectionism and instead direct them towards finding significance in God’s design.

This course will examine some of the core principles and techniques in interpersonal neurobiology and show how they can be successfully applied in the treatment of major depression. Interpersonal Neurobiology and Depression 2.0 will address how the neurobiological system develops, grows, and changes throughout life and life experiences.

Neurology of Emotions and Relationships 2.0 looks at the links between the brain, our emotions, human relationships, and intimacy, as well as the biblical construct of godly thinking and renewing the mind. Counselors will learn foundational principles of the brain and interpersonal neurobiology and how these principles play a role in God’s design for true…

Crisis and Faith 2.0 looks at the most human of all questions: “Why?” Why me? Why us? Why this? Why now? This course addresses ways to help clients work through these questions and equips counselors to understand how the prevalence of grief and loss issues associated with everyday life can lead to powerful ministry opportunities.

Based on Dr. John Trent’s award-winning book, this course introduces five key elements of blessing. By examining one’s own life and incorporating these principles, people can become blessing champions within their own homes and relationships.

There are more people over the age of 65 alive today than at any other period in American history. This course is designed to help counselors understand the challenges faced by today’s seniors, such as acute and chronic illness, Alzheimer’s and dementia, and end-of-life decision making.

This course examines binge eating, overeating, obesity, anorexia nervosa, and bulimia, as well as assessment parameters, treatment considerations, and practical and biblical solutions for those who work with this population. Counselors will learn how to deal with these potentially life-threatening mental health issues that affect a person’s emotional and physical well-being.

Blended families are becoming more common in today’s society. This course is designed to help counselors understand why step-parenting can be both fragile and complex, as well as how it is different than most biological parenting, are critical to fostering a good family blend. Counselors will learn how to strengthen blended families in premarital counseling,…

Alcoholism is a societal issue that crosses all ethnic, cultural, educational, socioeconomic, gender, and age barriers. This course is designed to help counselors understand the addictive cycle, focusing particularly on alcoholism and holistic recovery programs.