The Christian counselor's manual : the practice of nouthetic counseling / Jay E. Adams.Series: The Jay Adams LibraryPublisher: Grand Rapids, Michigan : Zondervan, Copyright date: ©1973Description: xiii, 476 pages : black and white illustrations ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780310511502 (hardcover)Subject(s): Pastoral counselingOnline resources: The sequel and companion volume to: Competent to Counsel.
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The sequel and companion volume to Competent to Counsel.
On title page verso: Reprint. Originally published: Philipsburg, N.J.: Presbysterian and Reformed Pub. Co. 1973.
On title page verso: 1986.
Introduction -- Part one : The persons. The persons involved in counseling -- The Holy Spirit is the principal person -- The human counselor -- The counselee -- Part two : The presuppositions and principles. Presuppositions and principles basic to counseling -- Hope -- Prayer : the base for Christian counseling -- The reconciliation/discipline dynamic -- Reconciliation -- Presuppositions and methodology -- Technique -- Part three : The practice and process. The language of counseling -- The language of emotion and action -- Sin is the problem -- Love in counseling -- Support, sympathy, and empathy -- The motivation for change -- Effecting biblical change -- Elements of dehabituation and rehabituation -- Getting started -- Goals and terminal dates -- The commitment of the counselee -- Is there a problem? -- Two basic approaches -- Ways of gathering data -- Asking questions -- Helping through homework -- An analysis of homework -- Ways of using homework -- Gifts that differ -- How to handle anger -- Dealing with envy, brooding, fretting, and self-pity -- Helping depressed persons -- Helping the "Schizophrenic" -- Resolving sexual difficulties -- Helping those who fear -- Counseling those who fear that they have committed the unpardonable sin -- Conclusion -- Appendixes. Personal data inventory -- Counselor's checklist -- The organic/nonorganic problem and cooperation with physicians -- Weekly counseling record -- Financial profile -- Ten statements, some of which a Christian counselor could make; others he ought not to make.
The Christian Counselor's Manual is a companion and sequel to the author's influential Competent to Counsel. It takes the approach of nouthetic counseling introduced in the earlier volume and applies it to a wide range of issues, topics, and techniques in counseling: Who is qualified to be a counselor? How can counselees change? How does the Holy Spirit work? What role does hope play? What is the function of language? How do we ask the right questions? What often lies behind depression? How do we deal with anger? What is schizophrenia? These and hundreds more questions are answered in this comprehensive resource for the Christian counselor. A full set of indexes, a detailed table of contents, and a full complement of diagrams and forms make this an outstanding reference book for Christian counselors.--Back cover.
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