Ecclesiastes 3:1
"To everything there is a season, a time for every purpose under heaven."


Counseling Families of Children with Disabilities

Author(s): Rosemarie S. Cook, PhD
Prerequisite(s): Completion of phase 1 and 2
Price: $500
Description: 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.

Note: This course leads to Advanced Certification in Death & Grief Therapy if the student completes this course along with the following courses:

  • Counseling the Sick & Terminally Ill
  • Joy in the Midst of Mourning
  • Counseling for Anger

The course materials will be shipped to the student’s address on file or you can request digital files.

Please note: The students completing advance courses must receive a grade of 80% or better for course credit to be applied toward an academic degree. Any grade transferred for an advanced course receiving a grade less than 80% will not qualify to be applied to the N.C.C.A. degree transfer program.

Our Mission

A Season for All Counseling’s focus is to provide education and counsel that pleases God and brings Him glory. Its aim is to reach clients and prospective counselors, teaching them to expose mistakes, inner rebellion, and impart the truth, along with training them to live God’s way.

Counselors and clients alike will grow in understanding about how to use their God-given potential, talents, and purpose.