There may be no more cliché topic at the end of a year than “resolutions,” but David Powlison thinks Christians have something new and unique to say about it. For starters, we have One who keeps all the most important resolutions for us; One who never fails.
In this episode, Andrew Ray talks with Winston Smith and Cecelia Bernhardt about measuring success in counseling. Their discussion revolves around a listener’s question: “How do biblical counselors measure progress or regressions among their clients to measure the effectiveness of counseling?”
In this episode, Andrew Ray talks with Winston Smith and David Powlison about a biblical understanding of depression. Many secular studies have been done to search for causes and cures for depression, but how can biblical counselors think about the issue in relation to these studies?
In this episode of “Help and Hope: In the Counselor’s Room,” guest host Alasdair Groves speaks with Dr. Ed Welch about how important it is to learn what is most important to your counselee. Specifically, Alasdair probes into Ed’s understanding of following what people are running with.
On this podcast, Dr. David Powlison and Winston Smith respond to the question: “Does a troubled past disqualify someone to be a counselor?”
This week our host Winston Smith sits down with Dr. Tim Lane and Myriam Hertzog to discuss what makes CCEF cross-cultural.