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The Book Christian Counseling Ethics
The Author Randolph K. Sanders
The Publisher InterVarsity Press
Release Date1997-06-09
Genre Religion
Pages 404
ISBN 0830818928
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: A client raises spiritual questions. Can a Christian therapist working in a government agency talk with a client about faith? A young couple with two children asks a Christian counselor to help them negotiate an end to their marriage. What responsibility does the counselor have to try to repair the relationship? A youth group member confidentially reveals to the pastor that he is taking drugs. Should the pastor tell the boy's parents? A counselor who teaches a college course has a client show up for class. What should she do? These are just a few of the complex dilemmas that therapists, counselors and pastors face nearly every day. Handling these situations appropriately is critical for both the client's progress and the professional's personal credibility and protection from liability. State and federal codes, professional association statements and denominational guidelines have been drawn up to address ethical issues like competence, confidentiality, multiple relationships, public statements, third parties and documentation. In this book you'll find them all compiled and interpreted in light of Christian faith and practice. Written by qualified professional counselors and respected academic instructors, this book is an indispensable resource for understanding and applying ethics in Christian counseling today.


The Book Competent Christian Counseling Volume One Foundations and Practice of Compassionate Soul Care
The Author Timothy E. Clinton
The Publisher Waterbrook Press
Release Date2002
Genre Religion
Pages 832
ISBN 9781578565177
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Under the guidance and approval of the American Association of Christian Counselors, more than forty Christian professionals have contributed to this reference book that provides a biblically based and empircally validated model of 21st-century Christian counseling that invites Christ into the heart of the helping process to meet the deepest needs of individuals and families.


The Book BIBLE TEACHING about CHRISTIAN COUNSELING Theory and Practice
The Author Willis C. Newman
The Publisher Willis Newman
Release Date2006-06-24
Genre
Pages 112
ISBN 9781451581775
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: The potent Cognitive Therapy is taught, but with the careful guidance of solid biblical principles. This introductory ebook gives an excellent framework from which to evaluate other systems of counseling, and to develop your own system of pastoral or Christian counseling. A selected bibliography points you to a rich mine of information. There are 112 pages brimming with over 50,000 valuable words and dozens of carefully selected proven concepts designed to greatly increase your knowledge and skills in pastoral and Christian counseling - from a compelling biblical viewpoint.


The Book Sin and Grace in Christian Counseling
The Author Mark R. McMinn
The Publisher InterVarsity Press
Release Date2010-02-28
Genre Religion
Pages 176
ISBN 0830879048
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Sin. Grace. Christian Counseling. How do these fit together? In Christian theology sin and grace are intrinsically interconnected. Teacher and counselor Mark McMinn believes that Christian counseling, then, must also take account of both human sin and God's grace. For both sin and grace are distorted whenever one is emphasized without the other. McMinn, noting his own tendencies and the temptation to stereotype different Christian approaches to counseling along this theological divide, aims to help all those preparing for or currently serving in the helping professions. Expounding the proper relationship of sin and grace, McMinn shows how the full truth of the Christian gospel works itself out in the functional, structural and relational domains of an integrative model of psychotherapy.


The Book A Theology of Christian Counseling
The Author Jay E. Adams
The Publisher Zondervan
Release Date2010-08-10
Genre Religion
Pages 352
ISBN 9780310877080
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: A Theology of Christian Counseling connects biblical doctrine with practical living. Salvation, that central concern of Protestant theology, is often too narrowly defined. It is thought of as “being saved from the consequences of sin.” But God is doing much more. He is making something new out of the old sinful nature. He is, in Christ, making new creatures.“No counseling system that is based on some other foundation can begin to offer what Christian counseling offers. . . . No matter what the problem is, no matter how greatly sin has abounded, the Christian counselor’s stance is struck by the far-more-abounding nature of the grace of Jesus Christ in redemption. What a difference this makes in counseling!”In this book the reader will gain an insight into the rich theological framework that supports and directs a biblical approach to counseling. And the connection between solid theology and practical application will become compelling. This book is one-of-a-kind.


The Book Christian Counseling and Occultism Koch
The Author Kurt E. Koch
The Publisher Kregel Publications
Release Date1965
Genre Counseling
Pages 299
ISBN 0825494214
Language English, Spanish, And French
The Book Caring for People God s Way
The Author Tim Clinton
The Publisher Thomas Nelson
Release Date2009-09-21
Genre Religion
Pages 568
ISBN 9781418525545
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Caring for People God's Way presents Christian counseling in a systematic, step-by-step manner that outlines the process as practically as possible. It then applies the process to the most common issues faced by Christian counselors: personal and emotional issues, trauma, grief, loss, and suicide.


The Book How Christian is Christian Counseling
The Author Gary Almy
The Publisher Crossway
Release Date2000
Genre Pastoral counseling
Pages 352
ISBN 1581341350
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: This helpful book intricately intertwines history, philosophy, and theology in a powerful critique of psychiatry. . . . It is the book you have wanted to give to Christians who have become tangled in the tenets and tentacles of psychiatric theory and practice. If you are a serious student, you cannot be without it. -Dr. Jay E. Adams Years ago, seeking the help of a professional counselor was considered a last measure. Now it is an acceptable and common practice--even within the church--as biblical counseling has gained popularity. And yet biblical counseling is not so biblical, says Gary Almy, for even Christian psychology has roots in a secular understanding of human nature--an understanding developed by men like Sigmund Freud who never claimed the Scriptures as a guide for their thinking. Almy, a board-certified psychiatrist, discovered after his conversion the incompatibility of God's Word with secular psychology's assessment of--and solution to--the human condition. Therapists guide people away from any conviction of sin and lead them to blame others for their problems. It is an approach that fails to meet the true human need. This clear and in-depth book examines the men and the theories behind modern counseling methods and explores their roots in secular philosophy. Almy also presents the biblical alternative: being equipped with the written Word of God and empowered by the Holy Spirit, we are to point the lost to the Savior and encourage one another toward maturity and fullness in Christ.


The Book The Features of Christian Counseling
The Author Dr. Mildred W. Davis
The Publisher Xlibris Corporation
Release Date2012-01-23
Genre Psychology
Pages
ISBN 9781465337863
Language English, Spanish, And French
The Book Evidence Based Practices for Christian Counseling and Psychotherapy
The Author Everett L. Worthington Jr.
The Publisher InterVarsity Press
Release Date2013-10-01
Genre Religion
Pages 352
ISBN 9780830840274
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: The essays collected in this volume examine evidence-based approaches to Christian counseling and psychotherapy, exploring treatments for individuals, couples and groups. The book addresses both the advantages and the challenges of this evidence-based approach and concludes with reflections on the future of such treatments.


The Book Biblical Concepts for Christian Counseling
The Author William T. Kirwan
The Publisher Baker Books
Release Date1984-10-01
Genre Religion
Pages 230
ISBN 9781441206251
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Kirwan not only sounds a clarion call for thorough integration of psychology and theology, he demonstrates that it can be done.


The Book The Handbook of Christian Counseling
The Author Timothy Foster
The Publisher Wipf and Stock Publishers
Release Date2005-10-18
Genre Religion
Pages 288
ISBN 9781597524285
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Whether you are a professional counselor meeting with a troubled couple or a layperson comforting a grieving friend, counseling is something you may find yourself called to do at times. From his years of experience as a clinical psychologist, Dr. Timothy Foster has distilled the basics of what to do and how to do it in this practical guide. In addition to offering sample counseling dialogues, explaining a variety of verbal and nonverbal techniques, and candidly discussing how to avoid harmful entanglements, Foster gives advice on: -Counseling dos and don'ts -Helping people who are depressed -Understanding how emotions work -Solving marital difficulties -Dealing with grief -Helping people confront themselves -And much more 'The Handbook of Christian Counseling' is an essential reference you will want to keep on hand for easily accessible answers when others turn to you in their time of need.


The Book Introduction to Christian Counseling and Counseling Psychology
The Author Dr. Pearlie Braswell-Tripp
The Publisher Xlibris Corporation
Release Date2011-10-21
Genre Religion
Pages 222
ISBN 9781465386748
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: My name is Dr. Pearlie Braswell-Tripp, Ph.D. I do not claim to be an expert in religion, psychology, or counseling, but experience has taught me a lot about all three. 2 Timothy, 2:15 says: “study to show thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not be ashamed, rightly dividing the Word of truth.” I was born in 1943 in Rocky Mount, North Carolina into a Christian family. My family was attending the Rock of Ages Holiness Church. My mother, Sister Mary Jones-Braswell played the guitar; my sister, Christine Braswell played the piano and the rest of the family sang. There were seven of us girls. My sisters; Frances, Christine, Doretha, Verna, Margaree and Mary Lee were older. We were known as the Braswell sisters. My father was Lee Braswell, the most handsome man in town. I will never forget the great times we had in Rocky Mount, nor will I forget the great Rock of Ages Holiness Church. Our church was two blocks away from our home. That meant we had no real reason not to go. Many of my other relatives attended Rock of Ages also. My mother’s parents attended and so did her brother and his family. Those were what we now call “The good ole days.” I really loved those days. We traveled around singing the gospel until we left home for New York City in 1961. We were rooted and grounded in religion.


The Book The Popular Encyclopedia of Christian Counseling
The Author Dr Tim Clinton
The Publisher Harvest House Publishers
Release Date2011-09-01
Genre Religion
Pages 576
ISBN 9780736943574
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Seasoned counselors and professors Tim Clinton and Ron Hawkins provide a landmark reference that offers a capstone definition of the emerging profession and ministry of the Christian counselor. Appropriate for professional counselors, lay counselors, pastors, students, and teachers, it includes nearly 300 entries by nearly 100 top Christian counselors. This practical guide focuses on functional aspects of Christian counseling and explores such important topics as...Christian counseling as a profession, ministry, and lay ministry; Spiritual and theological roots; Social, emotional, and relational issues; Skills and essentials in Christian helping; Ethical and legal considerations; Intake, assessment, diagnosis, and treatment planning; and Premarital counseling, family therapy, and substance abuse. Counselors will also find up-to-date information on solution-based brief therapy, cognitive therapy and biblical truth, and trauma and crisis intervention. An essential resource for maintaining a broad and up-to-date perspective on helping others.


The Book Psychology Theology and Spirituality in Christian Counseling
The Author Mark R. McMinn
The Publisher Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
Release Date2012-03-19
Genre Religion
Pages 400
ISBN 1414349238
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: The American Association of Christian Counselors and Tyndale House Publishers are committed to ministering to the spiritual needs of people. This book is part of the professional series that offers counselors the latest techniques, theory, and general information that is vital to their work. While many books have tried to integrate theology and psychology, this book takes another step and explores the importance of the spiritual disciplines in psychotherapy, helping counselors to integrate the biblical principles of forgiveness, redemption, restitution, prayer, and worship into their counseling techniques. Mark R. McMinn, Ph.D., is professor of psychology at Wheaton College Graduate School in Wheaton, Illinois, where he directs and teaches in the Doctor of Psychology program. A diplomate in Clinical Psychology of the American Board of Professional Psychology, McMinn has thirteen years of postdoctoral experience in counseling, psychotherapy, and psychological testing. McMinn is the author of Making the Best of Stress: How Life's Hassles Can Form the Fruit of the Spirit; The Jekyll/Hyde Syndrome: Controlling Inner Conflict through Authentic Living; Cognitive Therapy Techniques in Christian Counseling; and Christians in the Crossfire (written with James D. Foster). He and his wife, Lisa, have three daughters.


The Book Cognitive Therapy Techniques in Christian Counseling
The Author Mark R. McMinn
The Publisher Wipf and Stock Publishers
Release Date2008-03-24
Genre Religion
Pages 278
ISBN 9781556356988
Language English, Spanish, And French
The Book The Journey of a Christian Counselor
The Author Jessie Rose Barrow
The Publisher WestBow Press
Release Date2012-03-15
Genre Religion
Pages 122
ISBN 9781449737214
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: The Journey of a Christian Counselor is written for the individual who feels drawn by the Holy Spirit to counsel, with or without formal training in the profession. It is a story within a story, a chronology of the spiritual and professional journey of a young woman searching for the meaning of a vision that she saw at the birth of her son. This vision changed her life, but it was not until the brutal death of her son that she gained the courage to release the vision and accept its purpose in her life.


The Book The Christian Counselor s Manual
The Author Jay E. Adams
The Publisher Zondervan
Release Date2010-09-21
Genre Religion
Pages 496
ISBN 9780310871736
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: The Christian Counselor’s Manual is a companion and sequel to the author’s influential Competent to Counsel. It takes the approach of nouthetic counseling introduced in the earlier volume and applies it to a wide range of issues, topics, and techniques in counseling: *Who is qualified to be a counselor? *How can counselees change? *How does the Holy Spirit work? *What role does hope play? *What is the function of language? *How do we ask the right questions? *What often lies behind depression? *How do we deal with anger? *What is schizophrenia? These and hundreds more questions are answered in this comprehensive resource for the Christian counselor. A full set of indexes, a detailed table of contents, and a full complement of diagrams and forms make this an outstanding reference book for Christian counselors.


The Book Christian Counsel Manual
The Author Ray Chiasson
The Publisher Xulon Press
Release Date2004-01
Genre Religion
Pages 316
ISBN 9781594672286
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: It has been estimated by many that 80 percent of believers have little or no knowledge of what is in their Bibles. This manual seeks to open up more scriptural answers to believers who are seeking peace, contentment, and victory in their walk with the Lord.


The Book The Christian Therapist s Notebook
The Author Philip J. Henry
The Publisher Routledge
Release Date2012-03-22
Genre Psychology
Pages 348
ISBN 9781136862908
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Christians are faced with the same range of problems as everyone else. However, Christian therapists understand deeply the unique issues involved with their therapy. The Christian Therapist's Notebook is a single source for innovative, user-friendly techniques for connecting the everyday world of the client with Christian principles and Scripture. This creative, timesaving guide assists therapists in helping clients achieve therapy goals through professionally sound and principled exercises while always maintaining a positive, supportive connection with Christian beliefs. Helpful features include Scripture references relevant to common problems, case studies, vignettes, professional resource lists, client resource lists, in-session exercises, homework exercises, and handouts.