MyFiladelfia Theology Courses in Biblical Counselling and Skills Development Training

Theology Courses in
Biblical Counselling

Level 1

The page for “Biblical Counselling Level One” on MyFiladelfia provides an extensive overview of the theology course, which consists of ten comprehensive modules. These modules cover a broad range of important topics, which include an introduction to the Bible, theology, biblical ethics, pastoral counselling foundations and practices, the doctrine of scripture, pastoral theological counselling, and specific studies from prescribed books. The course is designed to equip students with practical assessments and contact sessions that focus on real-life counselling scenarios, ensuring that they are well-prepared for their counseling endeavors.

Through this course, students will gain a deeper appreciation and understanding of the theology of biblical counseling, which will help them develop their counseling skills, and enable them to make a positive difference in the lives of those they counsel. The course is structured in such a way as to ensure that students are thoroughly equipped with a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of biblical counseling.

Through interactive and engaging sessions, students will be challenged to think critically and apply their newfound knowledge to real-life counseling scenarios. This approach ensures that students of this course will graduate with a deep understanding and practical knowledge of counseling, enabling them to effectively and confidently counsel individuals with a variety of needs and issues.

Biblical Counselling Level One - Practical Assessment

Biblical Counselling Level One

Practical Assessment and Contact Sessions

Course Overview

This section outlines the practical assessment component of the course, including detailed descriptions of the two contact sessions. These sessions are designed to provide hands-on experience and practical application of the theoretical knowledge gained in the modules.

Practical Assessment

G.R.O.W Model Practical Assignment

Students will apply the G.R.O.W (Goal, Reality, Options, Will) model in a practical assignment. This involves real-life counselling scenarios where students will set goals, assess the current reality, explore options, and determine the will to move forward.

Contact Sessions

Contact Session 1: G.R.O.W Model

  • Orientation to Biblical Counselling: Introduction to the basics of biblical counselling, its principles, and methodologies.
  • Emotions: Understanding and managing emotions in the counselling process.
  • Relationship Restoration: Techniques and strategies for restoring and maintaining healthy relationships.
  • Who Am I?: Helping clients explore their identity and self-worth from a biblical perspective.
  • The Helping Process: Step-by-step guide to the counselling process, from initial contact to resolution.
  • Trauma & Stress Reaction: Identifying and addressing trauma and stress responses in clients.
  • G.R.O.W Model: Detailed application of the G.R.O.W model in counselling sessions.

Contact Session 2: The Trauma of Unhealthy Relationships

  • Relationship Triangle: Understanding the dynamics of relationships and the roles individuals play.
  • Family Dynamics: Exploring family systems and their impact on individuals.
  • Attachment Styles: Identifying different attachment styles and their influence on relationships.
  • Destructive Manipulation: Recognizing and addressing manipulative behaviors in relationships.
  • Trauma of Unhealthy Relationships: Understanding the effects of toxic relationships on mental and emotional health.
  • Functional Relationships: Building and maintaining functional and healthy relationships.