What Are The Most Important Therapeutic Uses Of Scripture In Counseling Essays and Term Papers

  • The Preference and Need for Prayer in Counseling

    The Preference and Need for Prayer in Counseling Liberty University GRST500_D02_201030 Abstract Spirituality is an important component in counseling because it also contributes to the social, physical and emotional well-being...

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  • Prayer in Counseling

    Christian Clients’ Preferences Regarding Prayer as a Counseling Intervention Journal Article Review Liberty University April 19, 2012 Summary In Eriksen and Weld’s journal article, the writers contend that spirituality and prayer is being utilized more and more by mental health practitioners...

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  • 4 MAT Review: Psychology, Theology, and Spirituality in Christian Counseling

    SPIRITUALITY 4 MAT Review: Psychology, Theology, and Spirituality in Christian Counseling Liberty University Psychology, Theology, and Spirituality in Christian Counseling Abstract In this book published in 1996 by Tyndale House Publishers, McMinn (1996) talks...

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  • Mental Health Counseling

    Running head: MENTAL HEALTH AND COMMUNITY COUNSELING Mental Health and Community Counseling COUN 501 Abstract: Counseling is within the reach of anyone in today’s society. The fields of mental health and community counseling allow services to be rendered to anyone that may need these services...

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  • Theory Paper

    ------------------------------------------------- Integrative Theory of Counseling By Rachelle Remy Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary In partial fulfillment of the requirements of Theology and Spirituality in Counseling PACO 507 Lynchburg, VA December 13, 2012 Table of Contents ...

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  • Prayer

    101-111 ISSN 0733-4273 Use of Prayer and Scripture in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Siang-Yang Tan Graduate School ofPsychology Fuller Theological Seminary This article covers the appropriate and ethical use of prayer including inner healing prayer, and Scripture in a Christian approach to...

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  • Coun 501

    Dilemas in Counseling Liberty University Abstract Ethical dilemmas will be a constant as we embark into the field of counseling. Whenever human beings are involved there are a range of personality types, beliefs and characteristics that are involved. There are many views of counseling but it is...

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  • COUN 501 research paper

    with different mental health issues to include depression, borderline personality disorder and anxiety. To be an effective Christian counselor, I will use the following forms of therapy dialectical behavioral therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, brief psychotherapy, play therapy and person-centered therapy...

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  • Psychology, Theology in Chrisitian Counseling

    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 utilizing the Christian faith in counseling in addition to focusing on the relationship between...

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  • Biblical Versus Mainstream Counseling Terminology

    MAINSTREAM COUNSELING TERMINOLOGY Biblical Versus Mainstream Counseling Terminology Patricia Daugherty Liberty University Abstract In the counseling profession today, there is quite a bit of controversy and discussion about Christian counseling compared to conventional counseling. As the terminology...

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  • Interventions That Apply Scripture in Psychotherapy

    2005, Vol. 33, No. 2, 113-121 Copyright 2005 by Rosemead School of Psychology Biola University, 0091-6471/410-730 INTERVENTIONS THAT APPLY SCRIPTURE IN PSYCHOTHERAPY FERNANDO GARZON Regent University Christian therapists are sometimes challenged in their work with appropriately religious clients...

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  • Comparing and Contrasting Biblical and Professional Views of Addiction

    Addiction Mike Hill Liberty University Abstract This paper compares and contrasts the biblical view of addiction counseling with the historical and current professional standpoint. This is achieved by carefully inspecting from a biblical perspective the meanings and usages...

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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 Christ is being like...

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  • Personal Ethics

    Personal Ethics: Counseling Perspectives Abstract: This paper will discuss the personalization of counseling ethics for myself as I work toward and become a licensed professional counselor. I will use the five ethical principles considered fundamental to the ethics of counseling. The five principles...

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  • Personal Theory Paper

    A Personal Integrated Theory of Counseling Kim Webb L25058960 Liberty University 20140 Fall 2012 COUN 507-D12 LUO Sub-term D; Deadline 12/14/12 Dr. James A. Laine December 14, 2012 Table of Contents Abstract 3 Introduction 4 Personality 5 Development of Personality...

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  • Biblical Integration and Counseling Practices

     Biblical Integration and Counseling Practices Abstract The integration of biblical practices and counseling has been discussed for decades. There is an increased interest in spiritual and emotional health, among Christian counselors and with secular therapists as well. Understanding...

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  • Personal Theory Integrated Counseling

    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 incorporate non-believers...

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  • Response Paper Love of God

    needs to decide which of the various approaches sheds the most light on love, and which he or she would like to pursue further in efforts to better understand love”. Tjeltviet makes this statement because he believes that the reader will discover what he already understands, that the Christian divine command...

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  • Cognitive Behavior Therapy

    virtually every type of psychiatric disorder, including anxiety disorders, bipolar disorder, personality disorders, eating disorders, and substance use disorders. It is now being tested in schizophrenia and somatoform disorders. CBT is also useful in helping people without psychiatric disorders to gain...

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  • Use of Prayer and Scripture in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

    Use of Prayer and Scripture in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy: Article Review Venus Etsitty: 22765509 7/1/2012 COUN 506: D12 Liberty University Summary In the article titled “Use of Prayer and Scripture in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy”, a discussion arises about the incorporation of scripture and...

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