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How Do You Help a "Psychologized" Counselee?

Author: Date: January 01, 1996

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Presents case study of a classic “psychologized” person, a young woman caught up in the literature and therapies of the Recovery Movement. Counselors need to do a number of things to effectively help such people. Don’t underestimate the hold of their current beliefs. Remember you are counseling a person, not critiquing a book. Don’t give her what she’s already tried. Care for her in ways that communicate, and get to know her and her world. Build slowly. Reinterpret her experience and world biblically.

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