Therapist Identification and Role Identity as a Barrier to Integrative Counseling

Volume
Volume 1
Issue
Fall 1973
Title
Therapist Identification and Role Identity as a Barrier to Integrative Counseling
Abstract

In spite of an increasing number of Christian therapists, we still have no truly integrative approach to Christian counseling. Most attempts at integration of biblical and psychological concepts that do exist tend to be on a "hit or miss" or "proof text" basis. The thesis proposed is that one of the major barriers to an integrative approach to Christian counseling is the subtle anxiety and hidden guilt over vocational role identification experienced by most Christian counselors. The developmental origin and possible resolution to this barrier is discussed.

Author
Dr. B. Narramore
Pages
3 - 9
Price
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