Towards a Biblical Model of Counseling

Volume
Volume 8
Issue
Spring 1980
Title
Towards a Biblical Model of Counseling
Abstract

This article attempts to develop a model of counseling which is biblical in structure and which is contrasted to two inadequate alternatives. The model is developed for the Scriptures'€™ description of the Flesh and the Spirit and centers on therapeutic relationship as expressed in six dimensions: goal setting, source of value, locus of responsibility, focus on cognition/feeling/behavior, style of therapy, and duration of therapy.

Author
Dr. J.D. Carter
Pages
45 - 52
Price
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