Help for the Fractured Soul: Experiencing Healing and Deliverance from Deep Trauma

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Baker Publishing Group, Jun 1, 2012 - Religion - 208 pages
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"A seasoned and sensitive journey into wholeness and inner healing."--Neil T. Anderson

When a person is subjected to severe, long term, intentional abuse, the damage is devastating and forges barriers, perhaps even fragmentation, in the person's heart and mind. As a result, abuse survivors are little able to function normally and trust few who attempt to help them--let alone a God who, in their minds, allowed the abuse to happen. So how can counselors, pastors, and healing ministers help them find true healing?

For fifteen years, Candyce Roberts has devoted her life to working with the highly traumatized. In this remarkable book she offers effective, real-life strategies, tools, encouragement, and hope for those who desire to help others receive freedom and move into a life infused with the Father's truth and love.

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User Review  - KnittedintheHeart - Christianbook.com

This book is a great resource for those working with the highly traumatized person. Spiritual care and appropriate boundary setting are emphasized for care givers. Care givers will also gain insight and understanding that will aid in assisting the traumatized on the journey toward healing. Read full review

Great Book for Laity Working With Abuse Victims

User Review  - CCGM - Christianbook.com

Drawing on fifteen years of experience as a prayer minister, Dr. Candyce Roberts shares her insights on working with highly traumatized people in her book Help For The Fractured Soul. This book is a ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Candyce Roberts has spent the last fifteen years in inner healing ministry to survivors of abuse, leading them into the presence of the Lord to experience emotional, spiritual, and physical wholeness. Candyce and her husband, Ray, are committed to living in Kingdom community in Campbellsville, Kentucky, sharing life with their three daughters and sons-in-law and eight grandchildren.

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