In this article, Bob Smith examines the issue of what entails a “complete physical” examination. Smith shares the differing views on this and the influence that patient expectations can have on the examination a doctor does. He ends his article with a brief discussion on how the counselor can help a counselee advocate for a more thorough physical examination from their physician.
A Physician Looks at Counseling: Complete Physical Examination
from the Journal of Biblical Counseling 3:3 | 1979