- A Biblical Counseling Process
- Biblical Counseling Basics
- Building Bridges
- Caring for the Souls of Children
- Consider Your Counsel
- Descriptions & Prescriptions
- Legal Issues in Biblical Counseling
A Biblical Counseling Process
What makes counseling biblical? What does the biblical counseling process entail? What is the focus of each stage of the process? Lauren Whitman, an experienced CCEF counselor, addresses these questions and more in A Biblical Counseling Process, sharing a process from start to finish that will help guide counselors in reaching the hearts of their counselees and connecting them to Jesus, who brings hope and change.
Biblical Counseling Basics
In this comprehensive account of biblical counseling, Jeremy Lelek recounts its history, discusses its beliefs, and provides insight for the future. Valuable for those both inside and outside of biblical counseling, Biblical Counseling Basics draws from a wide range of resources and experts to guide readers through Christian soul care.
Knowing how to approach children and teens in counseling can be a challenge, but this practical workbook of expressive exercises will help counselors and other caring adults to build meaningful connections. Building Bridges allows counselors to enter a young person’s world by engaging them in biblically wise and creative activities and includes reproducible resources.
Caring for Souls of Children
Coming alongside struggling children can feel like an uphill battle. Yet children struggle with the same desires adults struggle with, are lured by the same lies adults fall prey to, and can find hope in the same source adults can find hope—in Jesus. This manual helps counselors share Christ—the way, the truth, and the life—while tailoring interactions and teachings to the understanding of children.
Consider Your Counseling
Biblical counselors know how important training is. But sometimes the most effective training comes after you’ve jumped into the ring—when a coach puts his arm around your shoulder and helps you take a look at what you’ve done well and where you can grow.
Drawing from more than three decades of counseling supervision, author Bob Kellemen shares ten counseling missteps he has noticed in himself and others. This uniquely helpful book will help readers self-critique and grow as counselors and friends.
Description & Prescriptions
OCD, ADHD, PTSD, Bipolar Disorder . . . these are no longer just technical terms and medical diagnoses, they are part of our common vocabulary and culture. As Christians, we shouldn’t isolate ourselves from this discussion or dismiss these important issues. But we also should be careful not to accept the entire secular psychiatric diagnostic and treatment enterprise without question. What we need is a balanced, biblically (and scientifically) informed approach that neither blindly accepts nor harshly dismisses psychiatric labels, diagnoses, and medicines that are prescribed to help those who are suffering.
Legal Issues in Biblical Counseling
In this book, pastors and biblical counselors who are seeking to faithfully lead, mentor, and guide their flocks in a rapidly changing cultural landscape will find clear direction and guidance from a team of Christian lawyers and biblical counselors.
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