|Associate in Biblical Studies|
Associate in Christian Counseling
Associate in Christian Education
Associate in Christian Ministry
Associate in Church Administration
Associate in Ministry
Associate in Pastoral Ministry
Associate in Practical Ministry
Associate of Theological Studies
|Graduate of Divinity|
Graduate of Ministry
Graduate of Theology
|Bachelor of Church Administration|
Bachelor of Christian Counseling
Bachelor of Christian Education
Bachelor of Christian Ministry
Bachelor of Divinity
Bachelor of Ministry
Bachelor of Pastoral Ministry
Bachelor of Pastoral Counseling
Bachelor of Pastoral Theology
Bachelor of Practical Ministry
Bachelor of Religious Education
Bachelor of Theology
|Master of Church Administration|
Master of Christian Counseling
Master of Christian Education
Master of Christian Ministry
Master of Divinity
Master of Pastoral Counseling
Master of Practical Ministry
Master of Pastoral Ministry
Master of Pastoral Theology
Master of Religious Education
Master of Theological Studies
Master of Theology
Doctor of Christian Counseling
Doctor of Christian Education
Doctor of Divinity
Doctor of Ministry
Doctor of Missiology
Doctor of Pastoral Education
Doctor of Religious Education
Doctor of Theology
Doctor of Philosophy in Religious Education
Doctor of Philosophy in Religious Studies
Doctor of Philosophy in Theological Studies
- An earned master’s or doctorate degree in counseling or a related mental health field from a regionally or nationally accredited college or university OR those with an earned bachelor’s degree meeting the same criteria above may qualify IF they also hold a valid and current mental health license or certification to practice at the state level.
- Identify and practice as a Christian caregiver – non-licensed, pre-licensed, or restricted-licensed individuals who have a registration, certification, or state sanction of some kind in allied professional, counseling, and/or teaching roles and who incorporate biblical principles and counseling skills with clinical theory, knowledge, and practice.
- A minimum of 60 contact hours of education/training in counseling and/or caregiving related to the incorporation of biblical principles and counseling skills with clinical theory, knowledge, and practice.
- Maintain at least 20 Continuing Education contact hours every two years related to the incorporation of biblical principles and counseling skills with clinical theory, knowledge and practice.
Additional Supportive Documentation Required:
- Copy of earned degree(s).
- Copy of any and all registration letters as a Resident or Intern, restricted-use licenses, appropriate certifications, and/or credentials.
- Copy of current professional liability insurance certificate showing both expiration date and coverage (if needed).
- Documentation demonstrating that education/training incorporated biblical principles and counseling skills with clinical theory, knowledge, and practice.
To become a member please send us an email to: email@example.com
We will send you an application form to complete. Once you complete the application form please send it back to our corporate office along with the yearly membership fee of: $100.00
Once your application has been completed we will ask that you place our logo on your website. You will also receive a license number that will expire each year, which means that you must renew your license each year and be in good standing with our board.
Dr. Verna Caddie
Dr. Verna Caddie is the founder and president of “Leaders Esteem Christian Bible University, which is an online bible university that is dedicated to training ministers in biblical studies.
Dr. Caddie holds a Bachelors in Christian Education, an Honorary Doctorate in Christian Education, a Masters in Christian Education.
Dr. Caddie is also a Certified Christian Counselor and Professional Christian Life Coach.
Counseling Related Resources
- ACA (American Counseling Association) web site
- APA (American Psychological Association) web site
- Change in Student Counseling Issues Kansas State University Longitudinal Study
- Counseling resources via St. Louis Community College
- Counseling resources via findcounseling.com
- Anger Management
- Dealing with Grief/Traumatic Events
- Eating Disorders
- Mental Health issues resources via Creighton University
- Please Understand Me temperament resource book
- Psychological Troubles on the Rise via Inside Higher Ed
- Referral resources
- Resilience Factors and Strategies
- Signs of Depression via Rochester Institute of Technology
- Simmons Student Center referral guide for students in distress
- Self-help and Mental Health articles via Wenatchee Valley College
- Self-mutilation S.A.F.E. alternatives
- Stalking Resource Center
- Stress Management
- Virtual Pamphlet Collection via University of Chicago Counseling Index and CC Village
- Comorbidity with Substance Abuse
- Schizophrenia and Addiction: The Guide to Unraveling Comorbidity and Finding the Path to Recovery
- Bipolar Disorder and Addiction
- The Benefits of Exercise in Addiction Recovery
- Swim Back to Health: The Guide to Aquatic Therapy for Recovering Addicts
- Making the Connection: Trauma and Substance Abuse
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Substance Abuse: Signs, Symptoms, and Treatment
- How Service and Therapy Dogs are Helping PTSD Victims
- Meaningful Work and Recovery
- Drug Rehab
- Addiction Center
- Addiction Group
- Alcohol Help
Thank you for your interest in enrolling! We offer payment plans to every student that wants to enroll at our university.
Registration fee: $100
Application Fee: $50.00
Payment are due the first of every month.
Currently we do not offer financial aid.