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📒Women Counseling Women ✍ Elyse Fitzpatrick
✏Women Counseling Women Book Summary : Multitudes of women struggle daily with negative habits and addictions, emotions such as anger and depression, various kinds of loneliness, and other difficulties experienced by mothers, wives, or singles. Here is a rich counseling resource that looks to the Bible alone as being sufficient to address our every need. Author Elyse Fitzpatrick and several contributors are all qualified biblical counselors skilled at interweaving the perfect wisdom of God’s Word with heartfelt compassion and concern for those who need help. Among the topics are... emotions, worry, and depression eating disorders and habitual struggles and sins verbal abuse and pornography singleness, marriage, and parenting grief and caregiving Designed for both self-use and as a guide for counseling others, Women Counseling Women offers answers that will encourage and endure because God’s Word is timeless and full of wisdom for the problems women face.
📒Counseling Women ✍ Helen V. Collier
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📒The Quick Reference Guide To Counseling Women ✍ Dr. Tim Clinton
✏The Quick Reference Guide to Counseling Women Book Summary : Women have unique needs and unique problems that require understanding, empathy, and direction from their pastors and counselors. For anyone who is called to counsel women, The Quick-Reference Guide to Counseling Women will be a welcome guide to bring hope, life, and freedom to women in need. This A-Z guide gives pastors, professional counselors, and lay helpers the information they need to help female church members, clients, and friends work through their spiritual and emotional issues. The many topics addressed include: healthy relationships conflict and stress sexuality, pregnancy, and infertility emotional and physical abuse roles of women Each of the forty topics covered follows a helpful eight-part outline and identifies typical symptoms and patterns, definitions and key thoughts, questions to ask, directions for the conversation, action steps, biblical insights, prayer starters, and recommended resources. "The most comprehensive, cutting-edge resource to date on addressing the real issues women face."--Stormie Omartian, author of the bestselling The Power of Praying® books "I'm so grateful for this resource. The Quick-Reference Guide to Counseling Women will assist you in working with women on their healing journey."--Jennifer Rothschild, Jennifer Rothschild Ministries "Whether you work in women's ministry, lay counseling, or professional counseling, you'll want to have this book on hand. It will become one of your most often-used resources."--Carol Kent, speaker and author of Between a Rock and a Grace Place Tim Clinton (EdD, The College of William and Mary) is president of the American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC), executive director of the Center for Counseling and Family Studies, professor of counseling and pastoral care at Liberty University and Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary, and a licensed professional counselor. Diane Langberg (PhD, Temple University) is a practicing psychologist whose clinical expertise includes thirty-five years of working with trauma survivors and clergy. She is the director of Diane Langberg, Ph.D. & Associates, a group practice in suburban Philadelphia, and an adjunct professor of practical theology at Westminster Theological Seminary.
📒Handbook Of Counseling Women ✍ Mary Kopala
✏Handbook of Counseling Women Book Summary : The Handbook of Counseling Women addresses current theories, research, and issues relevant to the mental and physical well-being of women. Edited by Mary Kopala and Merle A. Keitel, this comprehensive volume is divided into three parts. Part One focuses on theoretical, sociocultural, biological, and developmental considerations. Part Two is devoted to assessment, diagnosis, and intervention. Part Three covers supervision, research, and ethics. Most chapters include case studies, recommendations for further reading, and resources for clients. Essential reading for psychologists, social workers, counselors, and psychiatric nurses, this handbook will also appeal to graduate and undergraduate students in counseling, clinical psychology, and clinical social work courses.
📒Counseling Addicted Women ✍ Monique Cohen
✏Counseling Addicted Women Book Summary : The result of the combined efforts of staff at a substance abuse treatment center, this book provides practical, hands-on guidance for working with addicted women. With staff and client training exercises at the end of each chapter, this comprehensive guide places particular emphasis on the women and their special needs and concerns. Special issues and populations addressed include: pregnancy and substance abuse; designing treatment programs; homeless women; and substance abuse in the workplace.
📒Counseling Women With Breast Cancer ✍ Merle A. Keitel
✏Counseling Women with Breast Cancer Book Summary : This comprehensive guide for mental health practitioners and medical professionals addresses the delicate issues surrounding breast cancer and the processes involved in emotional coping and healing. The book covers concerns of family members as well as women worried about developing breast cancer.
📒The Biblical Counseling Guide For Women ✍ John D. Street
✏The Biblical Counseling Guide for Women Book Summary : Counsel Women with God's Grace and Wisdom The guidance every woman needs for any difficulty can be found in the pages of Scripture. Join counseling professor John D. Street and his wife, Janie, as they delve into some of the most common physical, mental, and emotional struggles faced by women today, including... anxiety chemical abuse depression eating disorders marital unfaithfulness The Streets offer clear descriptions and careful direction for 17 common issues, utilizing fictitious anecdotes based on composites of real-life case studies. Through each story, you'll discover biblical truths that provide immediate help and lifelong growth. Equally valuable for both the individual woman searching for solutions and those who help hurting women—including counselors, pastors, and teachers—this accessible resource offers genuine hope based on the everlasting truth of God's Word. Includes discussion questions for classes and women's Bible study groups.
📒Counseling Women ✍ Christie Cozad Neuger
✏Counseling Women Book Summary : "Christie Cozad Neuger offers a new feminist paradigm for radical, effective, empowering counseling for women. She contends that pastors must take up the challenge of pastoral counseling, especially in light of the revolutionary pastoral implications of gender studies and feminist theology, as well as the continuing personal and social effects of sexism."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
📒Psychotherapy And Counseling With Older Women ✍ Claire M. Brody, PhD
✏Psychotherapy and Counseling With Older Women Book Summary : Trotman and Brody, along with expert contributors, view older women through a feminist lens and examine social constructs concerning aspects of aging, caregiving, elders' relationships with family, health, body image, and sexuality concerns. The authors define issues that are important to older women and their emotional health and bring into sharp relief some of the painful issues professionals must confront in counseling older women.
📒Counseling Depressed Women ✍ Susan J. Dunlap
✏Counseling Depressed Women Book Summary : Why do women suffer depression twice as often as men? Susan Dunlap integrates findings from biology, psychology, sociology, and theology to discover that powerlessness is a cause of depression. Based on this understanding, she develops a pastoral theological response to bring hope to depressed women. The purpose of the Counseling and Pastoral Theology series is to address clinical issues that arise among particular populations currently neglected in the literature on pastoral care and counseling. This series is committed to enhancing both the theoretical base and the clinical expertise of pastoral caregivers by providing a pastoral theological paradigm that will inform both assessment and intervention with persons in these specific populations.