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Helping others find healing is hard work. An effective counselor seeks to understand an individual's past, while remaining aware of the changes in his or her present behavior, thinking, and spiritual life. But, in this healing process, what to say, what to do, or where to start isn't always clear. The Pastoral Counseling handbook offers the much needed message of hope for those who desire to help. Drawing from her faith in Christ's healing of work and her years of counseling experience, author Ruth Hetzendorfer explains how to get to the root of a person's problem, what to do about it, and when to make a referral. She provides you with the steps and ideas essential to being wise and effective guidance to others.
Healing from past wounds requires hard work. It involves effectively examining an individual’s past, as well as remaining conscientious of the changes in his or her present behavior, thinking, and spiritual life.But what if, after all of that listening and examining, you still don’t know what to say, what to do, or where to start?The Pastoral Counseling Handbook offers the much needed message of hope for the hurting and for those who desire to help them. Based on the healing work of Christ, author Ruth Hetzendorfer uses her personal experience of years of counseling to provide the steps and ideas to help you gain understanding and wisdom, and more effectively counsel others.
RUTH HETZENDORFER is a teacher and counselor in both the academic and church settings. She has a master of arts degree in counseling and a doctorate in education with an emphasis in counseling. Ruth has published articles in several pastor’s journals on practical helps for hurting people. She resides in California.