Applicant must hold a Master’s degree or higher, be licensed by the N.C.C.A. and be Advanced Certified in Integrated Marriage & Family Therapy in order to qualify for this specialty area of Advanced Certification. Then, the candidate must complete the following group therapy course:
John R. Thompson, Ph.D.
The purpose of this course is to teach the student how to provide proper counsel in a group setting. This course provides a method of relating the understanding of modern psychology to that of religious faith as expressed in the Christian Bible.
This course consists of a textbook of approximately 94 pages in length and requires one closed book (proctored) exam. Approximate study time is 35 hours.
Degree Transfer Program:
Please note that students completing advanced 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 of less than 80% will not qualify to be applied to the NCCA degree transfer program.