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Hpc: Setting Captives Free

Bruce Stevens
Hpc: Setting Captives Free

Hpc: Setting Captives Free

Bruce Stevens

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This guide is intended for all who are engaged in the christian pastoral ^ministry - clergy, counsellors and lay pastoral workers. Drawing on ^insights from psychotherapy, psychiatry, and contemporary counselling ^techniques and styles, the author offers an informative guide to essential ^counselling skills in a variety of pastoral situations - with individuals, ^couples and groups. Attending, listening, empathising, asking questions, ^confrontation, assessment, and knowing when to refer to a specialist are ^some of the areas explored. It contains case studies across a wide range ^of human experience - grief, depression, marital conflict, and ^self-esteem. Dr Ian Harrison, a consultant psychiatrist, contributes a ^supplement on the complementary role of psychiatric medicine in Christian ^pastoral care.

- Publisher A handbook for pastoral care, focused on Christian counselling that is informed by counselling theories, clinical psychology and psychiatry, and including case studies of grief, depression, incest and marital problems. With psychiatric supplement by Dr Ian Harrison of Sydney, notes and index. The author is a psychologist and rector of an Anglican parish in Canberra.

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This guide is intended for all who are engaged in the christian pastoral ^ministry - clergy, counsellors and lay pastoral workers. Drawing on ^insights from psychotherapy, psychiatry, and contemporary counselling ^techniques and styles, the author offers an informative guide to essential ^counselling skills in a variety of pastoral situations - with individuals, ^couples and groups. Attending, listening, empathising, asking questions, ^confrontation, assessment, and knowing when to refer to a specialist are ^some of the areas explored. It contains case studies across a wide range ^of human experience - grief, depression, marital conflict, and ^self-esteem. Dr Ian Harrison, a consultant psychiatrist, contributes a ^supplement on the complementary role of psychiatric medicine in Christian ^pastoral care.
- Publisher

A handbook for pastoral care, focused on Christian counselling that is informed by counselling theories, clinical psychology and psychiatry, and including case studies of grief, depression, incest and marital problems. With psychiatric supplement by Dr Ian Harrison of Sydney, notes and index. The author is a psychologist and rector of an Anglican parish in Canberra.
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  • Catalogue Code 79371
  • Product Code 0551029129
  • EAN 9780551029125
  • Pages 224
  • Department Academic
  • Category Church
  • Sub-Category Care/counselling
  • Publisher Harper Collins Australia
  • Publication Date Jan 1994
  • Dimensions 197 x 130 x 197 mm
  • Weight 0.245kg

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