Christian Counseling

 

Northwind Institue is a Certified Academic Institution of the National Christian Counseling Association.

 

Students receive Licensure from the NCCA.

After completing their Licensure requirements students have the option of participating in the NCCA Degree Transfer and may transfer credits to Northwind Theological seminary for a Christian Counseling degree.

Dr. Alexander and Dr. Duncan serve as the Faculty for this program.

Each course includes a ZOOM Video Session with Rev. Dr. Robert J. Duncan, Jr recipient of the

Drs. Richard & Phyllis Arno 2009 Temperament Award

Basic Christian Counseling

 

$300.00

Online Course

3 Credit Hours

 

$400.00

Temperament

Theory

$300.00 

Testing &

Measurements

 

$300.00

Basic Christian Counseling

 

$300.00

Online Course

3 Credit Hours

 

$400.00

Temperament

Theory

Online Course

3 Credit Hours

 

$400.00

Testing &

Measurements

Online Course

3 Credit Hours

 

$400.00

Temperament

Therapy

 

Online Course

3 Credit Hours

 

$400.00

Christian Counseling

Online Course

3 Credit Hours

 

$400.00

Counseling

Practicum I

This is a six credit hour course guides the counselor to interpret 10 APS with counseling clients under supervision, which includes:

Administration of 10 APS

Submission of 10 Case Studies

$900.00

Mastering

Pastoral Counseling

 

Online Course

3 Credit Hours

 

$400.00

Temperament

Case

Studies

Online Course

3 Credit Hours

 

$400.00

Counseling the Codependent

Online Course

3 Credit Hours

 

$400.00

Counseling Practicum II

This is a six credit course supervises the counselor with 15  counseling clients using the APS.

Supervision includes:

 

Administration of 15 APS

Review of 15 Case Studies

 

$1050.00

Upon completion of the required courses, students may seek membership in the NCCA.

The NCCA Licensing Program is not a state license. The  NCCA requires its counselors to clearly identify their license, e.g., “NCCA Licensed Pastor Counselor” or “NCCA Licensed Clinical Christian Counselor.” This ensures that the NCCA counselor is operating within legal and ethical standards, and maintaining the public’s trust and confidence.

 

Be credentialed ministers (ordained, licensed or commissioned) whose goal is to evangelize and ease the emotional pain and suffering of humanity.


Provide their service under the authority of a legally organized local church, a national church organization or a 501(c) (3) not-for-profit ministry.


Complete the minimum requirements for continuing education and license renewal.


Uphold NCCA’s Code of Ethical Standards. NCCA’s published “Code of Ethical Standards” outlines all of the procedures involved in dismissal, revocation, probation and reinstatement of in individual’s membership, certification and/or license.

 

Students join the NCCA by submitting the following:

$50 for the first year’s annual dues.

$100 Background Check

Ordination or Commission from a Church or Denomination
Signed Application for Certification/Membership form

Signed copy of NCCA’s Code of Ethics Standards.

Written responses to 50 ethical questions posed by NCCA’s National Licensing Board of Examiners.

Students may transfer their Credits to Northwind Theological Seminary after completing the NCCA membership and lisencing requirements.

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