Mark A. Yarhouse and James N. Sells survey the major approaches to family therapy and treat, within a Christian framework, significant psychotherapeutic issues, offering timely wisdom for therapeutic practice. Fully updated and revised, this second edition is an indispensable resource for those in the mental health professions, including counselors, psychologists, family therapists, social workers, and pastors.
Divorce and remarriage are major pastoral issues facing every church. Yet when we turn to Scripture for guidance, we often hear conflicting messages about its teachings. David Instone-Brewer shows how the New Testament provides faithful, realistic and wise guidance of crucial importance and practical help for the church today.
How do you counsel a couple that is already heading for divorce by the time they seek help? Building on the research presented in their previous book Family Therapies, Mark Yarhouse and James Sells have developed a resource to train pastors and counselors in restoring high conflict relationships.
Nancy Nason-Clark and Catherine Clark Kroeger draw on their professional experience in sociology and biblical studies to supply here-and-now, step-by-step advice that victims of domestic violence need to begin a journey toward healing.
Mark A. Yarhouse and James N. Sells survey various approaches to family therapy through a Christian worldview lens and take up a number of issues in psychotherapy. Calling for an integrated approach of "responsible eclecticism," they conclude with a vision for Christian family therapy.
Weaving together classic cases outlined in Hope-Focused Marriage Counseling and over seventy-five brand new practical interventions, Jennifer Ripley and Everett Worthington Jr. expand and deepen their theoretical approach while providing new practical interventions for couple counseling and enrichment.
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