Pastoral Psychotherapy by PH.D. Chaplain Steven J. Kaplan
An Introduction to the Clinical Practice

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Synopsis

"The Pastoral field of pastoral psychotherapy is coming of
age; yet there are growing pains. If one looks
at the training programs offered by colleges and
universities, as well as the few books available on the
market, one will note a paucity of psychodynamic
understandings and clinical skills being taught. The
emphasis is either on biblical-based counseling, or general
pastoral care. While there is nothing necessarily wrong with
this, the lack of psychological focus is evident. Pastoral
Psychotherapy: An Introduction to the Clinical Practice
fi lls this gap by presenting a psychodynamic understanding
and approach to the specifi c psychological challenges
people often have, and offers a practical spiritual guide to
assist one in life’s journey."
 

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Published July 18, 2012 by Xlibris. 161 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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