A “Game Changer” for Mental Health!
WRC and Light University have partnered to offer Mental
Health Coaching. These courses will give you the tools to help
your community and Churches change the narrative
surrounding mental health. Becoming a Certified Mental Health
Coach can mean extra income to anyone who takes the
course. It is a 40-hour Biblically based training program that
consists of 3 courses for Certification. Mental Health Coaches
help clients develop a healthy balance in life and offer support
in navigating mental health difficulties and assist in
establishing a recovery plan. Thriving and Surviving Trauma
and Cultural Competency will take you into the cultural history


  1. Dr. Kimberly J. Walker

    I found the self-paced courses informative and easy to follow. I also enjoyed the virtual onsite sessions that not only kept me motivated but also provided me with a wealth of knowledge. I highly recommend this certification and believe it will only make our community stronger.

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