We all need to make peace with our past. This course is a study guide that offers practical biblical-based guidance that leads someone to identify, understand, and come to terms with the feelings of growing up in a dysfunctional family. Clients can do the study on their own or in a group setting. It is composed of 12 sessions. This course will help any adult who grew up in a home in which one of the family members had emotional needs so strong that they disrupted the development of healthy relationships. Participants will understand their problems from the past and identify and remove emotional, psychological, and spiritual barriers to having fellowship with God.
All work is self-paced and on an individual basis. Courses are designed to build upon the student’s accumulated knowledge while also instilling confidence for practical application. Once enrolled in a course, you will have access to all content. You will need the required textbook above to begin your studies. A PDF version of the final exam is available if you prefer to complete your test offline. You will need to submit your answers through this website in order for your test to be graded and the course completed. A grade of 85% is considered passing for each of the open book exams/assignments.
All programs should be completed within 6 years. The student that is not able to complete their program of study within the time limit may be dropped from active student status unless they apply for an extension. Extensions for hardship cases may be applied for in writing.
Doctor of Philosophy in Christian Counseling program