Evaluating Models of Christian Counseling

Initially developed as a classroom resource, Evaluating Models of Christian Counseling serves as a primary example of the complexities involved in integrating psychology, theology, and spirituality into the counseling process.  The would-be counselor and the experienced professional are each introduced to a systematic evaluation model for determining how effectively a specific Christian Counseling Program incorporates psychological, spiritual, and theological constructs into their milieu. After presenting a working definition of the counseling process and its relationship to psychology, theology, and spirituality, an application of the evaluation model to four Christian Counseling programs is demonstrated.

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