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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Virginia Todd Holeman
|Description:||208 pages ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||Is all this fuss about theology really necessary? --
A metamodel of theologically reflective counseling --
A theologically reflective counseling relationship: the Triune God and therapeutic --
Common factors --
Responsible living: personal holiness and theologically reflective counseling --
Out of the office and into the streets: social holiness, social justice, and theologically reflective counseling --
Just forgive?: the atonement and theologically reflective counseling --
Seeing now in light of the not yet: eschatology and theologically reflective counseling.
|Responsibility:||Virginia Todd Holeman.|
Holeman shows how deep and clear theological reflection makes a major difference in counseling practice. Not only can it shape who we are, it can also bring into greater alignment our theological commitments, therapeutic practices and professional ethics. In this volume Holeman guides counseling students, pastoral counselors and licensed mental health into becoming as well-formed theologically as they are trained clinically.
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