Almost fifty years ago, in 1970, Jay Adams wrote his controversial book, Competent to Counsel, insisting that Christians reclaim counseling from psychologists and psychiatrists and redistribute humanity’s problems into categories using labels that maintained a theological tone: sin, disobedience, and rebellion.
The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (2013), indicates for those aged six and older, a diagnosis […]
This is a Review of the book: 40 Techniques Every Counselor Should Know by Bradley T. Erford (2015). […]
“Running With Scissors”, an adaptation of the memoir with the same title by Augusten Burrough is a film […]
Please be aware that the content in this book has detailed accounts of traumatic events. If you find […]
The American Psychological Association’s (APA) code of ethics focus on the medical model and the American Counseling Association’s […]
Introduction The collaborative nature of counseling involves a specific kind of interaction, unique to the counseling relationship, where […]
The purpose of this paper is to create a synthesis between the philosophical foundations of postmodernism, its psychological counterpart—social constructionism, then analyze the pedagogy for counseling methods, particularly for Christians.