• Adams vs Backus & Chapian
    Theory Critique: Adams vs. Backus & Chapian: How to help people change, by Dr. Jay E. Adams and Telling yourself the truth, by Dr. William Backus and Marie Chapian Ebony Smith Liberty University Counseling 507, Theology & Spirituality in Counseling Dr. Ben Omungu February 4, 2012...
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  • Couns 507 Adam and Barack critique
     This critique will discuss two different biblical perspectives taken towards counseling. Both books take a Christian approach to counseling and examine multitasking of counseling; Adams (1986), and Backus, & Chapian (2000) provide the reader with processes and guides that can help a...
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  • Wilson Theory Critique
    The Theory Critique Danny R. Totten Liberty University SummaryDemonstration of Understanding In Hurt People Hurt People, Sandra D. Wilson (2001) explicates that people that get hurt by people, tend to hurt other people. In doing so, this kind of behavior and led to a vicious con...
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  • Wilson Theory Critique
    Wilson Theory Critique Diandra M. Darby COUN507, Section 12, Spring 2011 Subterm D End of Class Date: May 13, 2011 Professor: Dr. Glenna Dunn Submission Date: April 15, 2011 Wilson Theory Critique Summary In Hurt People Hurt People, S...
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  • Theory Critique: Cloud and Townsend
     Theory Critique: Cloud and Townsend B. J. Liberty University Theory Critique: Cloud and Townsend Summary Dr. Cloud and Dr. Townsend (1999) have created a comprehensive work titled Boundaries in Marriage. In this book they have outlined what boundaries are and what...
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  • Wilson Theory Critique
    Wilson Theory Critique Erica Sterling Liberty University Summary of Content Wilson (2001) focus is that an individual that has been hurt by another individual has became part of a cycle of generational and relational hurt. Wilson (2001) states that “all individuals have b...
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  • Jay E. Adams Critique
    Dr. Adams (1986) falls into the anti-psychology camp, and he stands firm on his convictions that the Word of God is sufficient for counseling. His whole bases for the counseling process is from 2 Timothy 3:16 which states that all scripture is God's revealed truth and is perfect for teaching, correc...
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  • Critique of Heijes Paper on Cross- Cultural Perception and Power Dynamics Across Changing Organisational and National Contexts: Curacao and the Netherlands
    Critique of Heijes paper on Cross- cultural perception and power dynamics across changing organisational and national contexts: Curacao and the Netherlands Introduction This article begins with an evaluation of the theoretical underpinning used by Heijes which provide the foundations for his p...
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  • 507-Theoretical Critique
    A Critique of One Theoretical Model: Hurt People Hurt People by Dr. Sandra Wilson Terrene Fisher Student ID # 23890976 Liberty University Online COUN507-D14 End of Class: 05/11/2012 Dr. Lonnie Smith Submitted: 04/15/12 The present writing seeks to give a brief overview of the major poi...
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  • A Journal Critique on the Synthesis of New Derivatives of Resveratrol and to Explore its Potential Health Benefits
    A Journal Critique on the Synthesis of New Derivatives of Resveratrol and to Explore its Potential Health Benefits Summary The goal of the study is to extract and purify resveratrol from fresh skin of black grapevine. Resveratrol is a member of a group of plant compounds called...
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  • Comparing the Many Endings and Few Words of Old and Modern English
    Comparing the many endings and few words of Old and Modern English, we see that the main change between the two stages is that of a language with free word order and many endings but no ‘small’ words such as the or to becoming a language with strict word order, few endings and many ‘smallâ€...
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