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This proven guide in pastoral counseling has been extensively expanded and revised by the author to include recent developments and research, new resources, and attention to newly urgent needs such as AIDS, eating disorders, homosexuality, and violence. Written with clarity and sensitivity, this volume builds on biblical foundations and the best resources of professional psychology. It reflects the insights the author has gained from many years of Christian counseling. #xD;New Sections include: #xD; #xD; The Legal, Ethical and Moral Issues in Counseling #xD; The Multicultural, Multiracial Issues in Counseling #xD; Conflict and Relationships #xD; Dealing with Death and Grief #xD; Alcoholism and Other Substance Abuse #xD; Crises and Trauma #xD; Counseling and Terrorism
Gary R. Collins is Distinguished Professor at Psychological Studies Institute in Atlanta
Table of Contents
|Suggestions for Using This Book||p. xiii|
|The Changes in Counseling||p. 3|
|The Counselor and Counseling||p. 16|
|The Church and Counseling||p. 33|
|The Community and Counseling||p. 46|
|The Core of Counseling||p. 63|
|The Legal Ethical, and Moral Issues in Christian Counseling||p. 83|
|The Multicultural Issues in Christian Counseling||p. 100|
|Guilt and Forgiveness||p. 177|
|Twenties and Thirties||p. 256|
|Forties and Fifties||p. 275|
|The Later Years||p. 291|
|Conflict and Relationships||p. 315|
|Sex Apart from Marriage||p. 339|
|Sex Within Marriage||p. 358|
|Abuse and Neglect||p. 399|
|Inferiority and Self-Esteem||p. 425|
|Physical Illness||p. 441|
|Choosing a Marriage Partner||p. 595|
|Premarital Counseling||p. 523|
|Marriage Issues||p. 544|
|Pregnancy Issues||p. 568|
|Family Issues||p. 587|
|Divorce and Remarriage||p. 607|
|Mental Disorders||p. 633|
|Alcohol-Related Problems||p. 656|
|Financial Counseling||p. 701|
|Vocational Counseling||p. 718|
|Trauma, Terror, and Terrorism||p. 752|
|Other Issues||p. 781|
|Spiritual Issues||p. 803|
|Counseling the Counselor||p. 827|
|Counseling Waves of the Future||p. 845|
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