Summer Counseling Courses


Want to learn more about counseling this summer? Are you in ministry and want to sharpen your skills? Already a licensed mental health provider and need CEUs*? Want to explore…

  • How to counsel people diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder?
  • How to help those diagnosed with a chronic condition?
  • How to use the Old Testament better in counseling?
  • How to better understand and evaluate the major models of counseling?

Just a reminder that this summer Biblical is offering 4 electives for students, alum and any auditors who might find the topics of interest. The first three of the four courses are only one credit and delivered in a weekend formats(Friday night and Saturday) with some pre-class reading/assignments. The fourth is a two credit course delivered in a completely on-line format.

For information about each of these course, the professors, the costs, and how to apply, click this link. It will take you to the Biblical website and a PDF of our flyer.

* Note: For those seeking CEUs, there are two ways you may be able to count them as fulfillment of your licensure requirements. Biblical Seminary is an accredited graduate institution and these courses are offered as graduate education in counseling and psychology. Most mental health licensure bodies accept graduate courses (shown on a transcript) as meeting the requirements for approved CE providers. You will need to check with your board to see if that applies to you. Second, we have applied for CE provider status for my class (Borderline Personality Disorder) from the State Board of Social Work, Marriage & Family Therapy, & Professional Counseling. If approved, we will be able to provide licensed attendees with 9 clock hours at the cost of ONLY $175.

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One response to “Summer Counseling Courses

  1. Carm

    Hey Phil-

    this might be a better Q to answer on e-mail, but would there be any chances this summer to possibly shadow a class day that you teach? I’m eventually aspiring to teach, and with this summer being the (only) summer off in my program (*eek!) I’m trying to do experience-gaining stuff. Feel free to share any questions/comments/concerns, as I know that I’d be asking you to let me impose a bit 🙂

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