When troubled people seek guidance from the church, should they hear the same advice they'd receive from a secular counselor? A practicing psychologist and director of a center for psychospiritual health, Benner explores the role of the church in "soul care," advocating a method of counseling that anchors modern therapy in timeless biblical principles. 256 pages, softcover from Baker.
A practicing psychologist explores the church's role in "soul care," advocating a counseling method that anchors modern therapy in timeless biblical principles.
David G. Benner is professor of psychology at Redeemer College (Ontario) and a practicing clinical psychologist. He is the author or editor of fifteen books, including the Baker Encyclopedia of Psychology and Counseling Dr. Benner is also the founding director of the Institute for Psychospiritual Health, an international network of scholars and practitioners.