Ccco: Community-Oriented Counseling (Contemporary Christian Counseling Series)
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What is meant by the term community? Frequently people refer to the area where people reside with some associations of social interaction and common ties. But while people may live in so-called communities, they often do not experience much connection. Traditionally, counselling has focused primarily on the individual - overlooking the interaction between the community and the individual. The biblically-based counselling model in this book anchors the individual within the community. The result is a therapeutic perspective that encompasses all aspects of a person's life, where the community becomes a helper - not a hindrance - in the counselling process.
Rod J. K. Wilson is president of Regent College in Vancouver, British Columbia, and coauthor of Exploring Your Anger and Helping Angry People. Along with his professional counseling work, he's spent his career in academia in both teaching and administrative posts. He and his wife, Bev, live in Burnaby, British Columbia.