PTS-CAS Cohort 1: Biblical Counseling and the Local Church

Presbyterian Theological Seminary URC Avenue, Salitran IV , Dasmarinas City, Cavite

Biblical Counseling in the Local Church – 3 credit hours
This course provides instruction on how to develop a local church corporate culture of personal discipleship, how to select and equip counselors in and for the local church, and how to establish a local church biblical counseling and training center.

PTS-CAS Cohort 1: Marriage and Family Counseling

Presbyterian Theological Seminary URC Avenue, Salitran IV , Dasmarinas City, Cavite

Marriage & Family Counseling – 3 credit hours
This course will consider such issues as dating/courtship, marriage proposals, functions of a family, premarital counseling, marital roles, communication, financial counseling, counseling victims of spousal abuse, rebuilding a marriage after an adulterous affair, dealing with sexual problems, and parent/child relationships.

PTS-CAS Cohort 1: Common Issues Addressed in Biblical Counseling

Presbyterian Theological Seminary URC Avenue, Salitran IV , Dasmarinas City, Cavite

Common Issues Addressed in Biblical Counseling – 3 credit hours
This course will address a variety of the challenges faced by Christians. These may include but not be limited to the following: the nature of Christian life, anger, fear, depression, homosexuality, anxiety, eating disorders, incest, child abuse, counseling youth, crisis counseling, the role of women in counseling and issues unique to women, and legal issues in counseling. It will also explore the common counseling problems and situations faced by the pastor and detail some possible pitfalls especially faced in today’s social environment.

PTS-CAS MABC Cohort 1: Biblical Counseling and Theology

Presbyterian Theological Seminary URC Avenue, Salitran IV , Dasmarinas City, Cavite

Biblical Counseling and Theology – 3 credit hours
This course offers a consideration of the theological issues that form the basis of a biblical approach to personal ministry. It will consider the theological, anthropological, and soteriological presuppositions of treatment theory and seek to bring a thoroughly biblical critique to their foundational assumptions and methodology.