• 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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  • “How to Help People Change”
    Comparing Adams with Backus and Chapian Karen Bryant COUNS 507 Liberty University “How to Help People Change” And “Telling Yourself the Truth” are theories that both use biblical principles to help people solve problems. Adams gives counselors a four step process for...
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  • Theory Critique: Cloud and Townsend
    their evil ways” (p. 222). This is something that I will constantly remind myself of because I must get over my own self will and begin to have self-control. References Adams, J. E. (1986). How to help people change. Zondervan: Grand Rapids, MI. Backus, W. & Chapian, M. (1980). Telling...
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  • Personal Theory Paper
    also be freed from depression, fear, self-hate, anxiety, and many other damaging emotions so that they can live out the prosperous life that Christ called them to live (Backus & Chapian, 2000). How does my Worldview influence my Theory? Theoretical Considerations and Worldview Dimensions (.5...
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  • 507-Theoretical Critique
    cycle of hurt people hurting people. References Adams, J. E. (1986). How to help people change: The four-step biblical process. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan. Backus, W. & Chapian, M. (2000). Telling yourself the truth: Find your way out of depression, anxiety, fear...
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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 Christian to...
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  • Theory Paper
    , as they open our eyes to real issues at hand. Backus and Chapian (2000) assert that we feel because of how we perceive things rather than the way things actually happen. These authors focus on thought and suggest that misbeliefs cause the majority of mental illnesses. One idea, presented by Adams...
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  • Personal Theory Paper
    of the LORD asked him, "Why have you beaten your donkey these three times? I have come here to oppose you because your path is a reckless one before me. (Numbers 22:32 New International Version). There are many ways that God will use to motivate change. Dr. Wilson (2001), Backus, and Chapian...
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  • Outline
    terrible you have to suffer discomfort or you just can’t help yourself, you’re engaging in an activity called choosing” (Backus & Chapian, 2000, p. 92). V. How does my Worldview influence my Theory? A. Theoretical Considerations and Worldview Dimensions “‘I am the Alpha and the Omega...
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  • paco 507
    discomfort or you just can’t help yourself, you’re engaging in an activity called choosing” (Backus & Chapian, 2000, p. 92). V. How does my Worldview influence my Theory? A. Theoretical Considerations and Worldview Dimensions “I am the Alpha and the Omega,” says the Lord God, “who is, and who was, and...
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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...
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  • Competent Christian Counseling
    Rapids, MI: Zondervan. Adler Graduate School. (2013). Alfred Adler: Theory and application. Retrieved from http://www.alfredadler.edu/about/theory. Backus, William, & Marie Chapian. (2000). Telling yourself the truth. Minneapolis, MN: Bethany House Publishers. Burley-Allen, Madelyn...
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  • Personal Theory Integrated Counseling
    , 2001). Backus & Chapian (2000) state that another cause of mental illness is cognition, or the way a person interprets events that happen to them. In fact, they add that flawed cognition is the cause of most mental illnesses. Instead of actual events, it is the client’s interpretation of...
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  • Theory Paper
    Adams, J. E. (1986). How to help people change. Grand Rapids: Zondervan Publishing House. Anderson, N. T. (2006). The bondage breaker (New and Expanded Edition). Eugene, OR: Harvest House Publishers. Backus, W.D., & Chapian, M. (2000). Telling yourself the truth (20th ed...
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  • Personal Counseling Theory
    . Backus & Chapian (2006) believe negative self talk and misbeliefs are the direct cause of emotional turmoil. “The words you tell yourself have power over your life. If you tell yourself something often enough, eventually you will believe it.” (pg. 171) these words can either be negative or positive...
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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...
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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...
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  • Hurt People Hurt People-Wilson Review
    replay which Backus and Chapian addresses in their book. (Backus & Chapian, 2000) Many abuse children learn to begin to believe the negative statements from their parents. One hurting thing that my father said to me was about my breast. God has never blessed me with big breast and one day my father...
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  • Personal Theory Paper
    adulthood. (Backus & Chapian, 2000) The Christian worldview allows the understanding of all human functioning parts: The physical and the personal. The physical represents the body and the personal acknowledges the spirit or soul. A counselor’s focus is centered with both the conscious and...
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  • Jay E. Adams Critique
    counselee to change. Change attempted apart from God is change in the power of the flesh. If the heart has not been changed, only the surface has been scratched. Adams advises us that for transformation to work, we must turn our attention to God. This is also supported by Backus and Chapian (2000...
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