Counseling Women: A Narrative, Pastoral Approach
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Counseling Women: A Narrative, Pastoral Approach   -     By: Christie Cozad Neuger

Counseling Women: A Narrative, Pastoral Approach

Augsburg Fortress / 2001 / Paperback

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In this book, Christie Cozad Neuger puts forth a feminist paradigm for radical, empowering counseling for women. She insists that pastors take up a femininist approach to counselling especially in light of all the changes in the social structures that feminism has engendered. She goes on to insist that this paradigm must be followed in light of the revolutionary implications of gender studies and feminist theology, as well as the continuing personal and social effects of sexism. Neuger's work empowers women to resist and overcome "the woman-unfriendly culture" and so reclaim their strength, and their selves.

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Title: Counseling Women: A Narrative, Pastoral Approach
By: Christie Cozad Neuger
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 256
Vendor: Augsburg Fortress
Publication Date: 2001
Dimensions: 9 X 6 (inches)
Weight: 14 ounces
ISBN: 0800634225
ISBN-13: 9780800634223
Stock No: WW634225

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In this signal volume, Christie Neuger offers a new feminist paradigm for radical, effective, empowering counseling for women. She contends that pastors must take up the challenge of pastoral counseling, especially in light of the revolutionary pastoral implications of gender studies and feminist theology, as well as the continuing personal and social effects of sexism.

Neuger's work promises to aid counselors "to help women resist and transform the negative effects of a woman-unfriendly culture" and so to reclaim their stories, their strength, and their lives.

Author Bio

Christie Cozad Neuger has served as a pastor, chaplain, pastoral counselor, and professor. An ordained United Methodist elder, she received her MDiv from United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities and her PhD from Claremont School of Theology. After serving as a professor of pastoral care at Princeton Theological Seminary, United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities, and Brite Divinity School (emerita), she founded and directed the Institute for the Support of Pastoral Ministries at United Theological Seminary. Neuger is also active in developing lay ministry programs in congregations. Besides numerous reviews, articles, and book chapters, she has published four books.

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