Learning about counselling is a healing experience in itself. Since 1985 the College of Mental Health Counselling has provided practical skills training worldwide for helping professionals, for people who want to become counsellors, and for people who just want to improve themselves.
To register forIndividual Subject Courses, review the listing here, then enter the course title and your confidential email in the Registration Form below. When your Registration information and secure online tuition payment ($549) is received you will be mailed the course text and assignments. Instructor support is available 7 days per week, 9 am to 5 pm (Pacific Time).
Prerequisite: Completion of the Mental Health Counsellor Training Course or equivalent training or experience.
Tuition: $549 per course (hard copy course text, materials, assignments, instructions provided with tuition) Objective: To increase knowledge and skills in areas commonly presented by people seeking help in counselling. Assignments: 1. Design and create a minimum of 100 to 120 short and long-answer review questions covering the scope and depth of the text and provide responses with page numbers from the text where the answers are found. 2. Review the Life Story of a client (provided by your instructor) facing the issues related to the subject of the course and write a report on what you would do to help. Individual Course Selections: On satisfactory completion of each of the courses listed below, the student is awarded Continuing Education Units and a Certificate of Professional Counselling Development in the course subject. 1. Marriage Counselling, Communication, and Conflict Resolution 2. Grief Counselling Theory and Skills
3. Counselling Adult Survivors of Childhood Abuse 4. Conflict Management in the Workplace 5. Depression Counselling Theory and Skills 6. Counselling Child Behavior Management and Discipline 7. Counselling Sexual and Intimacy Issues in Marriage 8. Counselling Anxieties, Social Phobia, Shyness 9. Anger Management Counselling Skills 10. Alcohol and Drug Abuse and Addiction Counselling Skills 11. Healing Pornography and Sexual Addictions and Paraphilias 12. Chronic Lying and other Anti-Social Behavior 13. Borderline Personality Disorder and Self-Harm 14. Working With Religious Alienation and Search for Meaning 15. Food, Appetite, Weight Management 16. Crisis Counselling and Suicide Prevention 17. Helping Families and Individuals with Bi-Polar Disorder and Schizophrenia 18. Approaches to OCD: Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder 19. Healing Self-Harm, Cutting, and Suicidal Behavior 20. Healing Sexual Abuse and Assault 21. Approaches To Domestic and Family Violence and Spouse Abuse 22. Helping Stress and Relaxation and Insomnia 23. Helping With Panic Attack and Anxiety 24. Helping With Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder 25. Moving from Parents 26. Reducing Exreme Jealousy and Envy 27. How To Help Someone Who Stutters 28. How To Lead A Support Group 29. Counselling Skills for Financial Professionals 30. Helping Individuals and Families of Aspergers and Autism 31. Counselling Seniors 32. Counselling Blended Families 33. Group Counselling Theory and Skills 34. Counselling for Adoption and Foster Care Issues
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