For those who have a passion for helping others and who would appreciate the foundation of Bible-based counseling training, Dr. Timothy Clinton offers PD171 Biblical Soul Care. PD171 presents the intersection of psychology and faith in the practice of counseling and explores the increasing need for a response to the stresses of twenty-first century American life. The course draws on numerous biblical passages to augment psychology’s explanations and treatment suggestions for a distressed person’s needs and is replete with examples from Dr. Clinton’s experience as a practicing counselor. This course will help you become better prepared for the counseling demands in your ministry and life in general.
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Unit 1: Becoming a Life Coach
A Calling to Help People
Modern Day Life: People Are Hurting, Part 1
Modern Day Life: People Are Hurting, Part 2
People Are Searching
Answering God’s Call
Strength for the Journey
Developing an Eternal Perspective
Bible Passages for Developing Soul Care
Unit 2: Attachment Model
Made for Relationships
Attachments vs. Close Relationships
Unit 3: “A” Model
A Model for Breaking Free
Adulteries of the Heart
Recovery of the Heart
Unit 4: Lessons Learned in the Counselor’s Chair
You Can’t Treat What You Don’t See
Entering into the Darkness Is Dangerous and Difficult Work
Dr. Tim Clinton, EdD, is president of the nearly 50,000-member American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC), the largest and most diverse Christian counseling association in the world. He is professor of counseling and pastoral care, and executive director of the Center for Counseling and Family Studies at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia. Licensed in Virginia as both a licensed professional counselor and licensed marriage and family therapist, Dr. Clinton now spends a majority of his time working with Christian leaders and professional athletes. He has authored over 20 books andis recognized as a world leader in issues of faith and mental health. Dr. Clinton is married to the love of his life, Julie, and they have two children, Megan and Zach.