Clinical Counselling in Pastoral Settings

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Gordon Lynch
Psychology Press, 1999 - Religion - 147 pages
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Pastoral counselling has had a significant role in the development of the wider British counselling movement over the past thirty years. Yet this role has often gone unacknowledged, and little has been written about the implications of its distinctive identity within counselling.
Clinical Counselling in Pastoral Settings fills this gap by offering an exploration of clinical issues that are distinctive to the work of pastoral counsellors in a way that is made clearly relevant to practice, whilst exploring wider issues.
Contents include:
* Pastoral counselling in multi-cultural settings
* Pastoral counselling and the therapeutic frame
* Transference within the pastoral counselling relationship
* Integrated theology and psychology in pastoral counselling
* The promise and difficulties of pastoral counselling
 

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Contents

Pastoral counselling in multicultural contexts
22
The place of religious tradition in pastoral counselling
37
Pastoral counselling and prayer
51
Establishing the therapeutic frame in pastoral settings
64
Dual relationships in pastoral counselling
79
Transference and countertransference in pastoral
94
Pastoral counselling with those who have experienced
107
The challenge and promise of pastoral counselling
124
Index
143
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