Course Title: Counseling Families of Children with Disabilities
Instructor(s): Rosemarie S. Cook, PhD
Prerequisite(s): CC101, CC102
Counseling Families of Children with Disabilities helps the student define a disability, as well as become aware of the hardships it can cause a family. The course includes a textbook and workbook. Counseling Families of Children with Disabilities helps the student learn at what point a disability becomes a handicap. The focus of the course is on families whose children developed problems before birth, during birth, or as young children or teenagers.
The primary goal of this course is to teach students how to help families find peace and comfort when raising a child with disabilities, and how to empower the family to help the child thrive.
The required textbook and workbook are included in the price of the course, and will be shipped to the student.
- Credit Hours: 4
- Estimated Time to Complete: 45 Clock Hours
- Maximum Time Limit: 16 Weeks
- Student must complete a final exam
Upon ordering, the course materials will be shipped to the student’s address on file.
NOTE: This course leads to Advanced Certification in Death & Grief Therapy if the student completes courses CC216, CC217, CC218 and CC219 in the Christian Counseling degree program.