• 4-Mat Review: Psychology, Theology and Spirituality in Christian Counseling
    4-MAT Review: Psychology, Theology and Spirituality in Christian Counseling Liberty University McMinn, Ph.D., Mark R. Tyndale House Publishers, Inc. (1996) 4 MAT Review: Psychology, Theology and Spirituality in Christian Counseling Abstract Christian counseling is all about integrating psy...
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  • Psychology, Theology, and Spirituality in Christian Counseling
    4 MAT review Jason Wilkerson Liberty University COUN 506 Integration of Psy...
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  • Goal of Christian Counseling
     Anthony A Frank CCOU 201 Liberty University The goal of Christian Counseling in Discipleship November 25, 2013 The Goal of Christian Counseling in discipleship Summary: The ultimate goal of Christian counseling is to bring forth maturity in Christ. Maturity in...
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  • Christian Counseling Notes
    I. The Possibility of Change A. Unbridled Pessimism (Cavanaugh) B. Exuberant Optimism (Mahoney) C. The Balanced Truth II. The Potential of Change: Series of Questions A. What Are We Trying to Change? 1. The Core Personality? 2. Discovering Who We Are in Christ? 3....
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  • Christian Counseling
    Christian Counseling In the book Psychology, Theology, and Spirituality in Christian Counseling (2011), Mark McMinn grasps attention of the readers to the role of the Christian faith in counseling practice. The author explains through the practical examples how psychology, theology, and spirituali...
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  • Competent Christian Counseling
    Competent Christian Counseling Juliet Wiseman Liberty University 507 Dr. Diane Powell July 28, 2013 Abstract The emotional pain that leads many to anger, depression, loneliness, anxiety, and conflict is prevalent in our society. Those whose lives have been changed through the Cross know th...
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  • Psychology in Christian Perspective
    Nicolette Douglas Professor Grace Introduction to Psychology November 3, 2010 Psychology in Christian Perspective: An Overview Chapter 1 Psychological studies are mainly based on the direct observation of human behavior, rather than reasoning or speculation. Psychology is like any other subje...
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  • christian counseling
    After reading the article, “Discerning Spiritual Discernment: Assessing Current Approaches for Understanding God’s Will”, I see the value in the entire decision making factors listed in the article. I will though start off by saying the most important factor in any decision needed to be...
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  • Psychology, Theology in Chrisitian Counseling
    Verneen Madry Integration of Psychology and Theology COUN 506 Wayne Wilson Psychology, Theology, and Spirituality In Christian Counseling Mark R. McMinn SUMMARY The book begins with at brief selection as it addresses the importance of the counselor util...
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  • Personal Theory Integrated Counseling
    Personal Integrated Theory Kana Crumby COUN 507-B01: Spring 2011 Liberty University Kana Crumby March 13, 2011 Abstract It is important to develop a biblically based theory of Christian counseling that integrates psychology, spirituality, and theology. This model must be flexible enough to...
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  • Christian Psychology
    Within the Christian community there is a wide variety of opinions concerning and validating psychology. The word psychology is defined as the scientific study of behavior and mental process (King, 2010). The root word psych means “mind” or some might say “soul,” and if you look at it in tha...
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  • Hypnosis in Counseling, a Christian Perspective
    Hypnosis in Healthcare: A Christian Perspective Christopher S. Baker Oral Roberts University Abstract Steven Lafevers, a certified counselor and hypnotherapist, presents the reader with an array of methods and techniques associated with hypnotherapy. The reading offers detailed step by...
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  • Psychology
    Psychology From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Psychology History · Subfields Basic science Abnormal · Biological · Cognitive Comparative · Cultural · Differential Developmental · Evolutionary Experimental · Mathematical Personality · Positive...
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  • Counseling Skillss
    Reflections of a Trainee Counsellor | | The aim of this essay is to reflect on, and critique, the experience of counselling a client. The focus will be on identifying key counselling skills and their importance in the therapeutic alliance between counsellor and client. The purpose of this is to...
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  • Psy201R2/Psychology and Your Life Ch01F
    PSYCHOLOGY and your life chapter 1 introduction to ps ychology 2 chapter outline A Gift of Life It was every subway rider’s nightmare, times two. Who has ridden along New York’s 656 miles of subway lines and not wondered: “What if I fell to the tracks as a train came i...
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  • The Psychology of Memory
    Memory is an important part of our lives. Memory is our ability to take what we have observed and put it into a form that we can store, retrieve, and use. We use memory every day and we often take for granted many aspects of memory. For example, you probably are taking for granted that you remember...
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  • Counseling Theories and Practices
    Introduction Our world is difficult to understand and constantly changing. Often times we find ourselves not being able to keep up with every day demands. We have complexities to deal with and experiences that we do not know how to cope with. At times, simply sitting down and...
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  • Thoughts on Counseling
    My Thoughts on Counseling with Specifics in Cognitive-Behavioral and Family Systems Therapy Jessica H. Dodson Liberty University Abstract This paper covers my personal views on therapy and my thoughts on my most popular choices, cognitive-behavioral and family systems therapy. We start off by...
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  • Counseling a Friend (Extemporaneous Speech)
    Extemporaneous Speech: Final Counseling a Friend Hello everyone! To my teacher and classmates, I hope you had a good sleep last night. To start off, let me congratulate everyone in this room first because it’s configured that we are all humans! But being a human is not all laughter and partyin...
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  • Psychology Chapter 1
    1: CHAPTER OVERVIEW Thinking Critically With Psychological Science NOTE: Answer guidelines for all Chapter 1 questions begin on page 31. Chapter 1 explains the limits of intuition and common sense in reasoning about behavior and mental processes. To counteract our human tendency toward fau...
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