Alasdair and Todd discuss the topic of methodology for counselors. Additional Resource: 50 Years: How CCEF Has Grown—and Seeks to Keep Growing by Ed Welch Use code: podcast
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“We’re back today with another episode of our series, ‘Best of Psychology.’ The basic idea of the series is that Biblical counseling has always been know for how it was against psychology. And, with reason, there’s a lot we object to. But we’ve also always said that there is good in the secular psychological endeavor, […]
“Have you ever noticed that sometimes even more important than what someone says is how they say it? Have you ever noticed that sometimes we say things and we don’t even know what’s going on inside of ourselves as we say them? We take a unique approach to this question today, actually looking at the […]
“Biblical Counseling and secular psychology: they haven’t always been the best of friends. That’s putting it mildly, and it makes sense if you think about it. The Biblical Counseling movement was founded in large part as a reaction to the church giving up on pastoral care, or at least a depth of pastoral care. And […]
In this episode, Andrew Ray talks with Julie Lowe and David Powlison about shame and guilt. Specifically, how do you counsel or interact with someone who does not have a sense of shame or guilt when they are doing wrong?