University's Division of Extended Learning and
Public Services is offering a series of Internet-based courses for
professional counselors. Continuing education credits earned through
these courses will apply toward licensure and re-certification. The
course format combines the World Wide Web and audio teleconferencing.
The registration fee for each course is $30.
The following courses will be offered:
- Narrative Approaches in Counseling Women and Girls - April 3 to 28;
Required conference calls: Thursdays, April 6, 13 and 27 from 5 to 6
- Barriers to Successful Treatment: Why Won't They Get Well? - May 1 to
May 26; Required conference calls: Sundays, May 7, 14 and 21 from 5 to
- Adlerian Approaches for Counseling Families - May 8 to June 2;
Required conference calls: Thursdays, May 11, 18 and 25 from 5 to 6
Course material may be accessed from any location equipped with a
World Wide Web browser. Registered participants will be provided with a
toll-free number for the one-hour telephone conference call which are
scheduled once each week during each course. The unique course delivery
format has been designed to provide flexible instruction for counselors
who work full time.
Course instructors are Joan Clark and Stacy Cretzmeyer. Clark is a
clinical social worker and college-level instructor. She is nationally
certified as a master addictions counselor and a certified employee
assistance counselor. Cretzmeyer is a licensed professional counselor,
a national certified counselor and an approved civil court mediator.
She is coordinator of the Women's Advocacy Center in Coastal Carolina
University's Counseling Services Center.
For more information, contact Trenna Page-Metts in Coastal's
Division of Extended Learning and Public Services at 349-2694.