A Theology of Christian Counseling 2.0 – DVD Videos



This course is designed to meet the growing demand for specialization in the field, as well as foster trust and confidence among referral sources and within the local church. This program seeks to help the counselor more effectively use the Bible when serving those who are hurting.

Course Lessons

TCC 101: Christian Counseling and Worldviews
Ian Jones, Ph.D., Ph.D.

The failure to acknowledge or study counseling approaches prior to Freud is not just a historical oversight, but it represents a worldview that conflicts with Scripture. This session seeks to define one’s worldview, while overviewing the naturalistic worldview that permeates modern counseling theories.

TCC 102: Finding a Biblical Foundation: Starting from the Beginning
Ian Jones, Ph.D., Ph.D.

In order to gain the most comprehensive perspective of biblical counseling, one needs to understand the human condition and its origins. To know man, one must first know God. Knowing God affects self-understanding and relationships to others in all aspects of life.

TCC 103: Developing a Biblical Foundation: A Christocentric Model for Counseling
Ian Jones, Ph.D., Ph.D.

Biblically-based counseling is a process of communication between a counselor (representative of God) and a client or person in need. It is designed to achieve healing in relationship to God, to others and to the self. It is a dynamic process that involves the expectation of change on the part of the client.

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