This course is 1 credit hours.
This course begins with a continuation of Family Dynamics, which will include the topics of pregnancy-infertility, divorce, re-marriage, blended families, and parenting adult children. Once again, the students will participate in role-playing and case study work, giving them opportunities to confront a myriad of challenging family issues while utilizing core Biblical counseling skills.
In the second portion of the term the students will begin to study prominent presenting counselee issues. This course includes the most commonly experienced symptoms of varying types of depression and anxiety. Additionally, the students will become familiar with the etiology, terminology, taxonomy, and treatment approaches utilized in Biblical counseling.