Effective Biblical Counseling
MAY94 - LINE LISTAC 94Counseling model that can be integrated into the functioning of the localchurch. 208 pages from Zondervan.FEB 94 - LINE LISTIn his first book on counseling, BASIC PRINCIPLES OF BIBLICAL COUNSELING,Crabb demonstrated that Gods plan for his...
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MAY94 - LINE LISTAC 94Counseling model that can be integrated into the functioning of the localchurch. 208 pages from Zondervan.FEB 94 - LINE LISTIn his first book on counseling, BASIC PRINCIPLES OF BIBLICAL COUNSELING,Crabb demonstrated that Gods plan for his church was that it should be aplace of acceptance and healing. Here he offers us practical advice and encouragement to get on with the job of one-anothering. He discusses personal needs, personality structure, motivation for behaviour and change, and stubborn problems. START HERE FOR JUN93 This practical guide for Christianswho want to learn to counsel capably is divided into four sections. PartOne examines the goals of counseling and includes a chapter entitled Christianity and Psychology: Enemies or Allies? Part Two lays the foundationfor effective counselling by promoting better understanding of peoples needs, motivations and personality structures. Part Three establishes a basic strategy for understanding and dealing with personal problems, and PartFour examines counseling in the broader church community. 200 pages, published in 1977 by Zondervan.
In Effective Biblical Counseling, Gold Medallion Award-winning author Dr. Larry Crabb presents a model of counseling that can be gracefully integrated into the functioning of the local church. He asserts that counseling is simply a relationship between people who care and that its goal is to free people to better worship and serve God. This book will show you how to help people achieve obedience and character growth in their lives, and establish a sense of personal worth and security along the way. Dr. Crabb says, "I believe that God has ordained the local church to be his primary instrument to tend to his people's aches and pains. In writing this book I have tried to be of practical help to Christians who want to be more effective in ministering to their suffering brothers and sisters."
PART I: A Few Preliminaries^1. The Goal Of Counseling: What Are We Trying To Do?^2. Christianity And Psychology: Enemies Or Allies?^^PART II: Basic Concepts: What Do You Need To Know About People In Order To Effectively Counsel?^3. Personal Needs: What Do People Need To Live Effectively?^4. Motivation: Why Do We Do What We Do?^5. Personality Structure: Taking Apart The Watch To See What Makes It Tick^^PART III: Basic Strategy: How To Understand And Deal With Personal Problems^6. How Problems Develop I^7. How Problems Develop II^8. What Do You Try To Change?^9. A Simple Model For Counseling^^PART IV: Developing A Counseling Program In The Local Church^10. Counseling In The Christian Community^11. Chart Appendix^212 Pages
'Many of the people we deal with in counseling are hiding behind all sorts of defensive overlays designed to protect a fragile sense of self-acceptance or to prevent further rejection of failure from reaching an already crippled self-identity. Counseling involves a stripping away of the layers, sometimes gently, sometimes forcefully, to reach the real person underneath.'
Dr. Larry Crabb is a well-known psychologist, seminar speaker, Bible teacher, author and founder/director of New Way Ministries. He is also Scholar in Residence at Colorado Christian University and serves as Spiritual Director for the American Association of Christian Counsellors. His many popular books include Inside Out, Finding God, Connecting, The Safest Place on Earth, The Papa Prayer, SoulTalk and most recently Real Church: Does it exist? Can I find it?