In this series Rev. Kathy Barton LMSW teaches how the church can respond to a crisis that has affected its community – whether it's a significant auto-accident, a public shooting, or a natural disaster. This course covers many topics related to a crisis: pre-crisis planning and preparation, crisis management, crisis defusing, crisis debriefing, and more. It discusses the aftermath of a crisis and covers subjects related to helping affected individuals. This course defines the goals and actions needed for a church to become a caring influence in crisis management for its community.
Rev. Kathy Barton LMSW has been a Christian counselor for over 35 years, and has been a certified crisis and trauma specialist for 10 years. She has a Master’s degree from the University of Michigan School of Social Work.
Nation-2-Nation Christian University is privately accredited. This means that upon completion of the Local Training Program or N2NCU Online, students will become eligible (upon successful transfer of credit) to receive a degree appropriate to their level of coursework issued by N2NCU.
Nation-2-Nation Christian University is a certified member of the Academic Council for Educational Accountability. ACEA was created in 1998 by Dr. C. Peter Wagner to provide relational accountability to a network of Christian educators, training programs, and schools.