Clinical Handbook of Pastoral Counseling, Volume 1

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Paulist Press, 1993 - Psychology - 707 pages
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Building on the groundbreaking original work with the same title, these articles focus on current issues, such as certain life stages, special populations, the devalued and abused, the addicted and special issues of the 1990's.
 

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Contents

Scott Peck M D
1
Orlo Stnink
14
Joann Wolski Conn
37
Bernard Tyrrell
58
RobertWicks
76
Parsons
97
Edgar Draper M D
118
David K Switzer
132
Natale
376
F Clark Power
406
Brian H Childs
425
Ross H Trower
440
Robert E Neale
466
David W Augsburger
482
James E Royce S
502
Kenneth Byrne
520

Sr Madonna Marie Cunningham O S
162
Richard Osmer
171
Donald Capps
213
James N Lapsley
245
Lay O Bascue
267
Edward P Wimberly
300
Lowell G Colston
318
Underwood
332
Gerald Path O
349
CocalB MacDonald
539
David A Steere
559
Carolyn J Bohler
585
MelvinC Blanclictte
614
Joanne Marie C Greer
632
William A Barry
647
Notes on the Contributors
663
Appendix
670
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About the author (1993)

Robert J. Wicks strives to open people who are used to giving to the miracle of receiving. He accomplishes this goal by marrying sound psychology and basic spiritual truths that set the stage for profound personal transformation. A popular presenter at workshops and conventions, Wicks is especially appealing to people in the helping professions physicians, teachers, psychologists, and ministers assisting them to integrate the psychological and the spiritual so they can extend their emotional flames to others without burning out in the process. He has worked around the globe from the psychological debriefing of relief workers evacuated to the United States from Rwanda to conducting workshops in Cambodia for members of the international community assigned to help the Khmer people rebuild their nation. Additionally, he delivered presentations at Walter Reed Army Hospital to health care professionals involved in caring for Iraqi war veterans with amputations and severe head injuries. Wicks, a Queens, New York, native, received a master s degree in clinical psychology in 1973 from St. John s University and a doctorate in psychology from Philadelphia s Hahnemann Medical College in 1977. In 1996, Pope John Paul II awarded Wicks a papal medal for his service to the Catholic Church. Wicks has written more than forty books including Streams of Contentment, Riding the Dragon, and Crossing the Desert. He is on faculty at Loyola College, Baltimore. Wicks and his wife Michaele have a grown daughter. They live in suburban Baltimore, Maryland.

Richard D. Parsons is the author of approximately 19 books including several Wadsworth titles: 'Educational Psychology: A Practitioner-Researcher Model of Teaching' (with Stephanie Hinson and Deborah Sardo-Brown) and 'Teacher as Reflective Practitioner and Action Researcher' (with Kimberlee Brown). Parsons has co-authored over 60 professional articles and book chapters. He is a licensed psychologist and certified school psychologist. In addition to his professional membership, Parsons has been named a member of American Men and Women of Science and American Catholic Who's Who and received the Pennsylvania Counseling Association's Counselor of the Year award.

Donald Capps is Princeton Theological Seminary's William Harte Felmeth Professor of Pastoral Theology and an ordained minister in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. He is the author of numerous books, including Jesus: A Psychological Biography, Fragile Connections, and Giving Counsel from Chalice Press.