Wellness Counseling Certification Program

Certified Wellness Counselor Program in Toledo, Ohio
Check back soon for information on the first cohort in the Toledo area!

What: 120 hour state recognized certification program designed to train mental health professionals in the foundations and use of wellness as a paradigm for mental health work. Additional coursework seeks to expose mental health professionals to the evidence-based use of Complementary & Alternative Medicine as adjunctive treatment for mental and emotional disorders. 

Who: Mental health professionals licensed in the state of Ohio are eligible to apply for admission to the Certified Wellness Counselor Program.

When:  Watch this site for future schedules. 

Where: Work is being done to finalize the location for Cohort 1 in Toledo. Check back soon for a finalized location. 

How to register: Please fill out and submit the online application located under the admission tab. The Wellness Learning Group School Director, Mr. David Cunningham, will contact applicants upon receipt of submitted applications. Applications are reviewed by the admissions committee which determines acceptance status of all applicants. 
Northwest Coordinator:
Dr. Chris Roseman

Christopher Roseman is an Assistant Professor in the Counselor Education Program at The University of Toledo. Dr. Roseman is a licensed Professional Counselor, National Certified Counselor, and instructor of Nonviolent Crisis Intervention for the Crisis Prevention Institute. He has varied work experience in the public sector as a Correctional Unit Leader, Children’s Services Worker, and Eligibility Specialist for numerous counties throughout the State of Ohio. Dr. Roseman worked several years as a clinical mental health/substance abuse counselor until he obtained his doctorate in 2006. Prior to his appointment at the University of Toledo, he was a counselor educator at the University of South Dakota from 2006-2011. Dr. Roseman actively serves in leadership positions at the regional and national level; currently serving as a member on the American Counseling Association’s Member’s Benefits Taskforce, formerly the Insurance Trust, and as Past Chair of the ACA Midwest Region. Additionally, he has served as NCACES President, the South Dakota Counseling Association’s (SDCA) Executive Director, and SDCA President. Recognized in 2010 by the American Counseling Association, he was the recipient of the Robert Rencken Emerging Professional Leadership Award. Dr. Roseman has authored articles and book chapters in the areas of sexual offender treatment, empathic accuracy and harassment, and substance abuse.