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Psychology, Theology, and Spirituality in Christian Counseling. About Formats More. How do you integrate your spiritual life with your psychological expertise and theological understanding? Since its first publication in , Psychology, Theology, and Spirituality in Christian Counseling has quickly become a contemporary classic—a go-to handbook for integrating what we know is true from the disciplines of psychology and theology and the impact it has on our everyday walk with God. This book will help you evaluate how you can effectively integrate prayer, Scripture, confession, forgiveness, and redemption into your own life and your counseling practice. After years of discussion about the relationship between psychology and theology, it is time to move the discussions to a more intimate level: what actually happens in the Christian counseling office? It asks such probing questions as How can we move into the frontier of interdisciplinary integration, where the practical implications of responsible psychology, Christian theology, and spiritual growth are seen in every counseling interaction?
The American Association of Christian Counselors and Tyndale House Publishers are committed to ministering to the spiritual needs of people. This book is part of the professional series that offers counselors the latest techniques, theory, and general information that is vital to their work. While many books have tried to integrate theology and psychology, this book takes another step and explores the importance of the spiritual disciplines in psychotherapy, helping counselors to integrate the biblical principles of forgiveness, redemption, restitution, prayer, and worship into their counseling techniques. Since its first publication in , this book has quickly become a contemporary classic — a go-to handbook for integrating what we know is true from the disciplines of theology and psychology and how that impacts your daily walk with God. This book will help you integrate spiritual disciplines — such as prayer, Scripture reading, confession — into your own life and into counseling others. Mark R. McMinn, Ph.
An introduction to the contributions a biblical understanding of human nature can make to the psychological practitioner's understanding of the therapeutic process. Special attention is given to the relational dimension of human growth and development. Note s : Required of all first year students to be taken concurrently with Pre-practicum. Grade Mode: C. A survey of the psychology of religion research emphasizing both content and methodological issues. Topics covered include religiosity and mental health, measures of religiosity, religious development, correlates of religiosity and psychological aspects of conversion and other religious aspects. Note s : Elective.
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The past century has seen the relationship between psychology and religion progress from wary antagonists to strange bedfellows to complementary worldviews. Psychology, Religion, and Spirituality is designed as a text that reflects this history while illuminating the robust dialogue that continues to accompany it. These are valuable perspectives for graduate or undergraduate courses in the psychology of religion, and a rich resource for graduate courses in psychology and counseling. In addition, Psychology, Religion, and Spirituality makes an inviting text for seminary courses in spiritual and pastoral counseling.
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