Ask Dr. Bush: Who is your ideal client?
Whenever you enter a new profession, there are always questions and each school has their own culture. So to help you get to know us better and for us to learn how we can best help you, I will periodically run an Ask Dr. Bush question and answer blog post.
I would like to make this blog a little more interactive by addressing specific questions that you, my readers, prospective students, students and graduates have. Do you have a question for me about Christian coaching or counseling or any of the courses? This is your opportunity to ask me what's on your mind.
Here is what the new Ask Dr. Bush posts will look like:
Have a question for me?
Please email me at email@example.com with “Ask Dr. Bush” in the subject line and I will do my best to answer as many of your questions as possible as space and time allows. So if you have a question, don’t wait. Write me today!
Need to get certified?
Thousands of students will confirm that you are in the perfect place to get the training you need to help your clients as well as learn how to reach those that God has led you to help.
Many of our courses offer dual certifications. You will find the courses currently available listed at https://pccca.org/courses/ Yes, when you take one course, you receive two certifications. This way you have a credential that will be recognized wherever you have an opportunity to work, whether it is a business or church/ministry type of setting.
New this year: Now we also have course bundles to help you save on tuition. These are courses that are typically purchased together. You can find them at: https://pccca.org/course-bundles/
Just click the button above to select your course, enroll and begin today. Why not get certified before the end of the year so you can begin your practice in January?
PS You may be wondering why many of our students pay for their courses in full. The reason is that when you do, you can request FULL access to your course so you can do it at your own pace, as quickly as you like. Otherwise you may have to wait a week to a month for your next module, depending on the course. Most students are excited to get prepared to serve their clients.