Who is This Course For?
What Will I Learn?
This course gives a grand circle tour of various emotional, relational, and spiritual topics and provides a foundation for gaining a mastery of biblical counseling skills. The class will equip you to help others:
Five Hours of Video
Engaging video lectures with every lesson.
Notes and Worksheets
Downloadable and print-ready resources.
Access to the Biblical Counseling DISC Profile.™
Comment forums with the instructor.
Certificate of Completion
Six hours of continuing education credit.*
*Continuing education credit is for ministerial education only. This does not qualify or certify students to provide professional counseling or psychotherapy.
Reviews from Students
Life-giving. I learned a lot about myself as we were reviewing the material. We all have similar struggles, and God will always help us find a way to overcome them. God will always send us who and what we need. I would absolutely recommend this course. I believe that we all need to learn to love and help one another.
I desired to learn more about how people think, behave, and act—what makes them tick. In learning that, I learned how to meet them in their need and encourage them. Even if you don’t counsel others, this course can give you insight and confidence in talking to and encouraging others.
I took this class to help me better serve and understand others. I learned that people have real issues and most want to be helped or shown how to overcome those issues. Would I recommend this course to others? Yes!!!
This training won’t equip you to be a professional therapist, but will equip you to understand and help others from a biblical perspective.
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Tres Adames is a Board Certified Pastoral Counselor (BCPC#0791) and the Director of Arizona Christian Counseling in Phoenix, Arizona. Tres received his Master of Divinity (MDiv) from Wesley Biblical Seminary and Bachelor of Arts from Asbury University. He is on the board of the Pacific Region of the American Association of Pastoral Counselors (AAPC) and a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC). He has previously taught on the faculty of the College of Theology at Grand Canyon University.