How to Be a People Helper
Learn how to become more sensitive to the feelings and needs of those around you, how to counsel, how to know when professional help may be needed, and how the principles of Christian discipleship form the basis for the process...
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Learn how to become more sensitive to the feelings and needs of those around you, how to counsel, how to know when professional help may be needed, and how the principles of Christian discipleship form the basis for the process of helping people. From Tyndale.
1. The Heart Of People Helping 2. The Basics Of People Helping 3. The Techniques Of People Helping 4. The Direction Of People Helping 5. Paraprofessional People Helping 6. Stress And People Helping 7. Helping In Crisis 8. Helping When People Are Desperate 9. Helping On The Telephone 10. Helping In The Church 11. Helping By Prevention 12. Helping Yourself 223 Pages
In this updated and expanded version of How to Be a People Helper, Dr. Gary Collins, a well-known psychologist, shares his insights into how a person can help friends who are hurting, family, and co-workers.
Everyone faces problems, and it is likely that we can help people more than we realize. Best-selling author Dr. Gary R. Collins helps readers become more sensitive to the needs of others.
Dr. Gary R. Collins (Ph.D., Purdue University) is a licensed psychologist who served for twenty years as professor of psychology at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He is author of more than 170 articles and about 45 books, including Christian Counseling: A Comprehensive Guide (Third edition), The Biblical Basis of Christian Counseling; Casebook of Christian Counseling and Family Shock: Keeping Families Strong in the Midst of Earthshaking Change. Most recently he has produced Christian Coaching: Helping Others Turn Potential into Reality and How To Be A People Helper.