491E Grief and Loss: Types of Loss, Part 1
Christian counseling includes sound practice skills, disciplined competence, ethical integrity, and Biblically-based values to promote human welfare with an objective to prepare students to provide healing and hope to members of the local community through the application of Biblical principles and professional excellence.
Students are trained from a Christian worldview to take their knowledge into their community in order to assist people in the resolution of the problems of life by reflecting the character of Christ within their lives.
This course will review the different types of loss that can be experienced, as well as some of the unique aspects found in each category. Included are discussions on child abuse, divorce, infertility, chronic illness, death of a child or spouse, abortion, rape, and domestic violence.
NOTE: Course quizzes are taken online. Therefore, the students must have a computer or access to one.
NOTE: This is a 3-hour course and thus, the cost of the course is $160.
Main Campus Schedule
- Fall I - Mondays, 6:00 pm - Randel Stubbs