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Helping Hurting People

A Handbook on Reconciliation-Focused Counseling and Preaching

Helping Hurting People

A Handbook on Reconciliation-Focused Counseling and Preaching

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Paperback / softback

£53.00

Publisher: University Press of America
ISBN: 9780761824770
Number of Pages: 308
Published: 17/02/2003
Width: 18.6 cm
Height: 21.5 cm
This book provides a working solution to the challenge of helping hurting people. A theological foundation for a Reconciliation-Focused Counseling (RFC) model is followed by a description of the procedure for facilitating corrective relational experiences in the lives of clients. Accompanying the model are applications of reconciliation-focused interactions in counseling and preaching situations in which ministers are typically engaged.

Asa R. Sphar, Argile A. Smith

Asa R. Sphar III, Ph.D., LPC, NCC is Associate Professor of Psychology and Counseling at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. Argile A. Smith, Th.D. is Chairman of the Division of Pastoral Ministries at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.

Expertly enhancing with an extensive number of appendices, notes, bibliography, and a thoroughly 'user friends' index, 'Helping Hurting People' is most especially recommended to the attention of ministers and clergy who engage in marital, family, and pastoral counseling with their parishioners. Wisconsin Bookwatch Expertly enhancing with an extensive number of appendices, notes, bibliography, and a thoroughly 'user friends' index, 'Helping Hurting People' is most especially recommended to the attention of ministers and clergy who engage in marital, family, and pastoral counseling with their parishioners. Wisconsin Bookwatch

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