Seeking education and certification in counseling the stressed and bereaved.
Your Loved Ones Are Hurting and You Want to Help Counseling is the key to helping others through the
stages of grief. It’s important to find the type of counseling that best suits your personality and speaks to you. Getting the proper certification as a counselor is important and easier than you imagined.
How to Become a Christian Counselor Therapy with a Biblical, Christ-centered approach can
provide spiritual comfort and help others confront issues related to death and dying. Continuing education program through AIHCP includes an online curriculum of seven courses that will help achieve certification in Christian Counseling. Courses utilize one-to-one mentoring, independent study and
have open enrollment. Curriculum includes classes in Pastoral Care of Families, of the Dying and Crisis Intervention Therapy.
Certification available through AIHCP on completion of
Grief Counseling Certification Qualified applicants can apply to a
program approved by the American Academy of Grief Counseling (like AIHCP) in order to pursue certification, and later fellowship in grief counseling. Curriculum for basic certification includes classes on grief
therapies, grief assessments and theory regarding death, dying and bereavement. Once basic certification in grief counseling is achieved, it is possible to further specialize in Child & Adolescence Grief Counseling, Christian Grief Counseling or become a certified Grief Recovery Practitioner.
How to Become a Hypnotherapist The therapeutic use of hypnosis and hypnotherapy has
helped many come to terms with stress and grief in their lives. Those who meet the basic qualifications should look for a clinical hypnotherapy program approved by the American College of Hypnotherapy (like AIHCP’s certification-ready program). Continuing education in hypnotherapy includes classes in hypnosis and trance inductions, advanced hypnotherapy and a hypnotherapy practicum. On completion of the course series, you will be qualified to receive your hypnotherapist certification.
Becoming an Anger Management Counselor Anger can become an anchor on the people you care about,
leading to unhealthy decisions and general unhappiness. AICHP offers online classes and certification to become an anger management specialist. Classes are open enrollment and feature independent study and one-to-one mentoring. Anger management classes include basic concept and theory courses as well as classes dealing with specialty situations, such as anger in the workplace, domestic violence and child anger. On completion of the course, you will be qualified to become a certified anger management specialist.
Meditation Instructor Certification If you have found meditation to be a healing force in your own
life, you may want to learn more about becoming a certified meditation instructor. Help your loved ones use meditation to find peace and comfort despite their troubles. For those meeting the initial qualifications, AICHP provides continuing education in meditation preparatory to receiving certification. Studies include theory and practice courses, relaxation strategies and meditative therapy.
Other Paths to Help There are many different avenues to follow in
expanding your counseling education to help others deal with grief. Consider: Pastoral Thanatology Certification Stress Management Counseling Crisis Intervention Counseling Spiritual Counseling And many others. Contact AIHCP to learn more.
Continuing education, complete with certification, can
give you the knowledge and confidence to be there for your loved ones.
For More Information, Contact Us: American Institute of Health Care Professionals http://www.aihcp.org 330-652-7776
Published on Feb 7, 2014
Published on Feb 7, 2014
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