Christ-Centered Therapy: The Practical Integration of Theology  and Psychology, HardcoverChrist-Centered Therapy: The Practical Integration of Theology and Psychology, Hardcover
Neil T. Anderson, Terry E. Zuehlke, Julianne S. Zuehlke
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PUBLISHER SUMMARY:

Depending on whom you ask, the term Christian counseling can mean anything from secular psychology practiced by a Christian to biblical counseling that completely shuns psychological insights. Christ-Centered Therapy thoroughly integrates psychology and practical theology. A book written by experts from both fields, it utilizes the contributions of science in an uncompromisingly biblical framework. Here at last is a powerful resource to help you - pastor, counselor or spiritual adviser - understand the complex problems of people and address them with the wisdom of God's Word and the power of His Spirit.

Insightful and pratical, Christ Centered Therapy unites the wisdom and expertise of pastoral theologian and best selling author Neil Anderson and professional Christian counselors Dr. Terry and Julianne Zuehlke. The first part of the book equips you with an understanding of the different issues involved in integrating theology and psychology. The second part of the book helps you turn theory into practical application. You'll also find appendixes that offer personal testimonies, provide professional forms, discuss the role of psychiatry in managed care and present the Step to Freedom in Christ.

AUTHOR BIOS:

Dr. Neil Anderson (EdD, Pepperdine University) is the author of more than twenty books, including the bestselling Victory Over the Darkness and The Bondage Breaker. He is the president of Freedom in Christ Ministries.

Terry E. Zuehlke (PhD, University of South Dakota) is a counselor in private practice. He has specialties in child, adolescent, and adult psychotherapy and assessment.

Julianne Zuehlke (MS, University of Colorado) is the director of Care Ministries in Crystal Evangelical Free Church in New Hope, Minnesota, where the Zuehlkes and their coworkers have led 1,500 people to freedom in Christ.