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.

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,…

Difficult and challenging cases require mental health experts to stay informed and properly trained regarding the most current approaches and protocols to competent care. In this three-part series, counselors will explore the ongoing study of frequently occurring diagnostic issues, along with effective strategies and biblical principles that can be applied in the counseling setting.

Forgiveness is a recurrent theme in the counseling and caregiving process and, in many cases, must be addressed and successfully navigated in order to heal and restore relationships. This course is designed to help counselors understand what forgiveness is and what it is not, utilizing principles from scripture to bring light to the reconciliation process.

Neurobiology is a complex and challenging subject, but this course is designed to bring clarity to the complexity. Counselors will learn both basic principles and cutting-edge theories that will help shape their understanding of neurobiology. This course will teach counselors how to use neurobiological principles in therapy.

In this course, counselors will learn how to deal with clients of all ages who are facing traumatic grief. This 3-hour course is designed to help counselors understand the neurobiology of trauma and restoring the shattered self in both children and adults.

This course is designed to help counselors better understand and work with adolescents who are experiencing depression, bullying, suicidal ideation, and other teen issues. Adolescent Issues and Strategies 2.0 will explore the latest issues and trends among adolescents.

This course is designed to help counselors understand the risk factors faced by military veterans and their families and the impact of trauma, suicide and barriers veterans face in seeking help. The warning signs are identified, while practical and biblical solutions are also offered for those who work with this population.

Couples Recovery 2.0 will equip counselors with the biblical insights and practical tools needed to minister to couples who have been affected by infidelity, addiction, or domestic violence, and help them find healing. These three, one-hour presentations will prepare you to provide help and support to couples experiencing marital crisis.