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Christian Counseling by Gary Collins
Religion and Theology
Pages 6 (1506 words)
Christian Counseling In the book Christian Counseling by Gary Collins, first of all, the author discusses the key issues like the changes that should be done in counseling today, how the counselors should adjust their system of guiding people also it highlights on the house of God’s way of counseling.
The book also explains on how a person can deal with self-change by avoiding setting unrealistic goals and putting required efforts to accomplish the set target, looking forward to difficulties and being optimistic all the times. The writer maintains that prayers and spiritual dedication are truly vital in attaining personal goals. He gives further explanations on why transformation is difficult, and what makes it difficult in proffering guidelines on how people can make a change that lasts. In addition to that, he also talks about the lawful, ethical and multicultural matters in counseling of Christians. He guides on how church counselors should be educating and leading the Christians on these matters to promote peace and harmony, ensure respect and acceptable behaviors amongst the people in the society. Secondly, the author discusses the most notable concerns that affect the population at present days. The prominent matters that affect human beings are like desolation, anxiety, fury, solitude, guiltiness and forgiveness. He explains how counselors and specialists should help individuals overcome these issues and counsel then on how to avoid these matters affecting their lives. ...
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