Cultivating Wholeness: A Guide to Care and Counseling in Faith Communities

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Continuum, 1998 - Religion - 377 pages
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Commissioned by the Blanton-Peale Institute, Cultivating Wholeness is a practical, comprehensive, contemporary guide to community care and counseling. Margaret Zipse Kornfeld, a pastoral psychotherapist for almost thirty years, focuses on wholeness, the dynamics change, an inclusive understanding of spirituality, the caregiver/ counselor, and on community as not merely the context for healing but also the means by which healing happens.

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Review: Cultivating Wholeness: A Guide to Care and Counseling in Faith Communities

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It's a broad and basic overview of the work of the pastor, rabbi, priest, and so forth. Very sound approach. I particularly appreciated her writings on the difference between counseling a person whose ... Read full review

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Picked this up because my job title / description now has a slash with "pastoral counselor" following the "college chaplain." I appreciated it's community based approach, as well as the fact that it ... Read full review

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A faculty member of Blanton-Peale Institute of Religion and Health's graduate residency program.

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