A biblical counselor’s character strengths are vital to establishing a good counseling relationship, and a good relationship is at the core of excellent counseling. In this second workshop, we will examine two more vital character qualities for a counselor: humility and spiritual maturity. We will explore their deeper meaning, how each impacts the counseling relationship and methods, and how counselors can intentionally pursue growth in these areas. Click here to download the outline for this session.
This lecture is from the 2013 National Conference, “Not Alone: The Relational Core of Life and Counseling.”
Monica Kim is a counselor and teaches Essential Qualities of a Biblical Counselor at CCEF.
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