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CHRISTIAN COUNSELING.

Examines a theoretical orientation toward counseling that is consistend with a commitment to Christian belief. How to produce a model of psychotherapy that includes spirituality. Concerns inherent in human nature. Elements of Christian thought (concern for the other, redemption, etc.) that are consistent with standard psychoanalytic practice.
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The purpose of this research is to examine a theoretical orientation toward counseling that is consistent with a commitment to Christian belief. The plan of the research will be to set forth a general foundation for psychological counseling and then to discuss ways in which it is possible to derive a model of psychotherapy that includes spirituality.
How individuals perceive their place in the world and their ability to deal with the wash of experience, as well as their status vis-à-vis other individuals, is of special concern to any psychotherapist. Such perceptions have relevance to religious experience because rationalization of the connection between self and other so frequently places the individual in the position of having to sort out his or her concept of God's role in human experience. Frequently how the individual deals with what

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