Low self-esteem Part 1: A case study
Meet Jimmy. He is a classic case of someone who would be described as suffering from low self-esteem. What are the implications for saying that someone’s problem is their low self-esteem?
Counselor and author, David Powlison begins to challenge us in thinking through how descriptions masquerading as explanations (i.e. Jimmy’s “low self-esteem”) can be engaged with a biblical worldview. This is the first part of a two part series. Part 2 is available here.
This audio is from the Theology and Secular Psychology class which is being offered through the School of Biblical Counseling. Other classes offered through SBC include: Dynamics of Biblical Change, Helping Relationships, Counseling in the Local Church, and Marriage Counseling.