Terry Rosendahl Book report

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Terry Rosendahl June 17, 2011 CCOU 201 Discipleship Counseling Book report The purpose of this paper is to discuss a book written by Neil T. Anderson on discipleship counseling. The paper will first briefly summarize the book and then discuss the three basic themes mentioned in the book.
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Discipleship Counseling Introduction Grounding their thoughts in Thessalonians- www.disciplers.org a group providing training in Bible discipleship defines disciples as those whose single-minded purpose is to care for believers provide instruction in the Word of God and act as role models of The Word Neil T. Anderson’s Book Discipleship Counseling discusses a form of counseling based on the Biblical notions of discipleship. The purpose of this paper is to first briefly summarize the book and then discuss three basic themes mentioned in the book.
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worldly counseling often have different foundations and assumptions about the nature of human beings, they can be integrated to some extent to provide parishioners not only with any counseling they may need, but also with training to become discipleship counselors themselves, even though they may be lay people and not pastors. The book comprehensively discusses the concept of mental health and how biblical counseling addresses the whole person, body, mind, soul, and spirit. Health Promotion Practice, 9(1), 68-75.Salladay, S. Until then, it is perhaps best if his methods and steps are restricted to those who are not suffering from serious disorders with life-threatening consequences. Therapy with God. Theme #1 - Integration of Theology and Psychology One of the basic themes in Anderson's (23) book is the idea that one’s identity in Christ can be fostered by counseling derived from a model based on Anderson's integration of both theology and psychology. The problem with this claim is that, like many of Anderson's claims, it is untested. Southern Medical Journal, 11(4), 388-392.Reinert, B., & colleagues. (28). It should also be noted that while there has not been a lot of research on discipleship counseling, there have been studies that show it to be effective in helping Christians with anxiety disorders, depression, and a few other psycho emotional problems (see: Hurst, Williams, King, and Viken, 28). (26). Therefore, it seems quite reasonable that if these
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This note was uploaded on 06/17/2011 for the course CCOU 201 taught by Professor Lu during the Spring '11 term at Liberty.

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