The counselor role involves high responsibility and, often, felt insufficiency. Human error is unavoidable. But mistakes in counseling can be a source of harm for people needing care and a source of profound regret for people providing care. Learning to avoid and address errors of all kinds will prevent unnecessary harm and restore helping relationships wherever possible. Biblical Wisdom Literature offers a vision for avoiding and addressing potential failure of all kinds: ethical errors, conceptualization errors, and application errors. This session will explore the skill-building process of gaining wisdom in counseling.