Human Experiences (Required Completion)
Exploring The Experiences of Humanity
This course introduces counselors to common factors that contextualize counseling families, couples, and individuals. Theory and application are explored to help counselors better understand the dynamics of life as it is experienced. Learners will explore how a person develops over time and the psychological implications of development. Students will also be tasked with examining sexuality and culture as it relates to behavior and norms. Trauma is another area of examination that counselors will carefully seek to understand within the human experience. This course prepares the counselor for the contextual and unique needs that future clients will present.
This course is part of the Christian Counseling Certification course. When purchased alone, this course does not qualify for certification. You must complete all five content areas to qualify for certification. To enroll into the certification course Click Here.
Terrell Pugh, PhDc, CPC, NCC, MS, is currently the pastor and counseling director for Arise and Live Christian Counseling. He is a current affiliate pastor with the House of David Ministries, in Orlando, FL and previously served as pastor of Nehemiah Teaching Ministries. As an ordained pastor since 2006, he has taught in the areas of Christian Studies (systematic theology), Spiritual Enrichment, and Ministry Training. He has also co-authored the book God’s Design for Marriage and The Absolute Best Marriage Ever: Biblical Truths, Principles, & Prayers.
As a counselor, Terrell believes in the Sufficiency of Scripture for all of man's problems and concerns. Terrell is also a Certified Pastoral Counselor, working with those in the areas of anger management, substance abuse counseling, and various forms of depression and anxiety.
Terrell also holds a Master's degree in Marriage, Couple, and Family Counseling and is currently completing a Doctorate in Developmental Psychology.
As a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC), Terrell holds a master’s degree in counseling, and has met requirements for coursework, supervision, and clinical practice hours.
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