Grandfather Certification Program

Certified Specialty Care Counselor Practitioner

"Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a workman who does not need to be ashamed and who correctly handles the word of truth"
- 2 Timothy 2:15 NIV.

  • Discover How You Can Earn Counseling Practitioner Credential Within Three Months
  • Schedule Your 30 minutes Consultation, Enroll Anytime, No Study Timeline Restrictions 

Discover how to become a Certified Specialty Care Counselor Practitioner. The Lifelong Learning Unlimited Education, Best Practices Training, and Credentialing Provider offers distance education that leads to nationally recognized certification, license, and specialized program accreditation. 


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COURSE OUTLINE
Certified Specialty Care Counselor Practitioner

Course Description

This Study Session is designed to help the Counseling Practitioner become competent in counseling services delivery to serve with excellence in order to spiritually mature hurting individuals and/or track recovered clients. It is structured to meet the special needs of clients who require individual and/or family intensive faith-based and clinical Specialty Counseling in a “private” setting. The Counseling services curriculum will offer individualized and group counseling services based on the needs of the client and/or family.

Session Objectives

Counselors will understand that in many respects counseling the hurting is a “process.” Much like being pregnant, the baby grows with healthy nourishment from trimester to trimester. This word “process” in the counseling studies methods means that it is a “cognitive progressive movement” toward an ultimate “healthy thinking” conclusion. When a client comes to a Counselor seeking a solution for their secret pain, the Counselor must consider how important it is to establish a productive relationship by examining both the physiological and emotional needs of the client to help them process issues from the client’s life-controlling experiences.

What You Will Learn

Violence and destructive anger has reached an epidemic level in our culture and negatively impacts us in each arena and major tasks of life: family, social, love, spiritual, and work. Anger and domestic violence in the home and dating violence in schools and workplace violence is a major problem. School, Workplace, and Church-place behavioral threat assessments are critical and it provides a proactive intervention for de-escalation and anger management. This approach is for identifying individuals who may pose a threat through behavior assessment interventions before a violent incident occurs. This 20-Hours Supervised Practicum and Manual studies grandfather program provides a foundation for counseling practice training and will teach participants how to respond to threatening and other disturbing behaviors, gather additional mental health information to make a prevention assessment, and take preventive steps through anger counseling and anger management group sessions. Setting-up a Counseling Center, Demonology and Medicine clinical studies, Mental Health Prescriptions competency, Legal Record Keeping, Documentation-Writing Counseling Notes, Processing Mental and Behavior Health Assessments, Appointment-scheduling programs, counseling treatment Goals Planning, Services outreach keys, and other counseling equipping skills will be provided. While all of these counseling skills are very key for processes that will reflect both the counselor’s professional skills and the client’s pre-existing life-controlling conditions, the various stages of “silent” inner-healing and deliverance issues that they may be facing as well will be assessed. Or first study Module is a Prerequisite Study before Part II. The Counselor The Counselor Module I will help to effectively prepare the Counselor for both secret personal issues, diverse-cultural crisis, and family matters. Even though there are no “cookie-cutter style” for establishing rapport with a client, certain service delivery guidelines; however, Counsel The Counselor inner-healing skills must be mastered for strategic and impactful counseling services.

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THE ROLE, MEANING, AND PURPOSE OF EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICES TRAINING

WHAT IS EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICES (EBP)

EBP refers to using the best available evidence for decision-making and providing efficient and effective care. Evidence-based practice is a conscientious, problem-solving approach to clinical or faith-based practice that incorporates the best evidence from well-designed studies, patient/client values and preferences, and a Practitioner's expertise in making decisions about a patient's care. It is a method by which Practitioners across the healthcare and faith-based professions review and assess the most current, highest-quality research to inform their delivery of care. Although there is no precise standard for what constitutes evidence-based practice in specialty training, the approach consists of three main components and five basic steps.

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Best External Evidence

Evaluate and implement the most current, clinically or faith-based soul-care centered relevant, and scientifically sound research.

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Individual Clinical or Faith-Based/Spiritual Expertise

Draw on your personal experience of what has worked and not worked in your clinical or faith-based/spiritual practice.

3

Client/Patient Values and Expectations

Consider and value the preferences of your individual client/patients. Levels of evidence in both healthcare and/or faith-based/spiritual expertise research can be grouped into four categories according to how credible the information is. These four categories, ranging from the most credible to the least includes.

  • Randomized controlled trials
  • Evidence from cohort, case-control, or observational studies
  • Expert opinions that are supported by experience, studies, or reports.
  • Personal experience (clinical or faith-based/spiritual expertise

LLU uses various parts of a series of Evidence-Based Practices Study Manuals or KITs created by the Center for Mental Health Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, U.S. Department of Health, and Human Services.

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Benefits Of Offering Evidence-Based Studies

Evidence-based practices have proven to lead to better service to patients/clients, equip specialty services providers, and institutional educational outcomes. Build more quality care teams and implement impactful study modules that are state-wide acceptable for most workplace required credentials, possible college prerequisite studies credits approval and clergy best practices.

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