Foundations in Pastoral Counselling: Integrating Philosophy, Theology, and Psychotherapy
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About "Foundations in Pastoral Counselling: Integrating Philosophy, Theology, and Psychotherapy"
Foundations in Pastoral Counselling offers a completely new approach to its subject, through an integration of philosophical ideas, theological thought, and psychotherapeutic psychology. Using the work of philosophers including Martin Buber, Simone Weil and Soren Kierkegaard to begin the conversation in each chapter the author then draws on relevant theologians and psychotherapeutic thinkers to enrich the dialogue. The result is a rich, multi-faceted, and often surprising round-table discussion about the fundamental issues in pastoral counselling.
Meet the Author
Neil Pembroke (Ph.D., University of Edinburgh) is Senior Lecturer in Pastoral Studies, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia. Previously lecturer in pastoral care at the School of Theology, Flinders University in South Australia and the Adelaide College of Divinity.
His books include The Art of Listening (2002); Renewing Pastoral Practice (2006); Moving Toward Spiritual Maturity (2007) and most recently, Pastoral Care in Worship: Liturgy and Psychology in Dialogue.
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