I have encountered Christian professionals, both counselors and pastors, who argue with some contempt, that the DSM-5 does not offer “Christian” solutions to mental health issues. This blog post is about the making of the DSM-5 and why it’s not designed to offer Christian advice on mental health issues.
Sugar, When I think about your soon to be absence in my life, I wonder: Will life ever […]
For we Academicians are not men [or women] whose minds wander in uncertainty and never know what principles […]
The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (2013), indicates for those aged six and older, a diagnosis […]
*This is not a “counseling” related paper, rather a reflective theological paper written when I was in seminary. […]
This is a Review of the book: 40 Techniques Every Counselor Should Know by Bradley T. Erford (2015). […]