Bible-Based Counseling: A Professional Approach to Inner Healing and Personal Growth
"Bible-Based Counseling: A Professional Approach to Inner Healing and Personal Growth" deals with real life issues that cause pain, conflict, and joy, and impact your life, your health, and your world. Applying these principles and lessons will help you be more effective in both work and play. You will also develop a more positive and realistic view of life.Author Mark Chapman Jr. draws on his own counseling experience to help those in need of various types of counseling. Chapman provides a preventative approach he calls a "preemptive strike," and describes the ways in which counselors, psychologists, psychiatrists, or even good friends can make a difference by sharing and caring-whether through giving advice and counsel, or through their sheer presence. He also discusses more specialized mental health treatments and crisis counseling. Finally, Chapman deals with comfort, care, and counseling for the terminally ill patient."Bible-Based Counseling: A Professional Approach to Inner Healing and Personal Growth" can help you live a healthier, more fulfilling life-both mentally and spiritually.
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