Clinical Counselling in Pastoral Settingsby Gordon Lynch
Pub. Date: 11/28/1999
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Other chapters discuss how counsellors can respond therapeutically to survivors of abuse in
Highlighting the cultural, spiritual and professional aspects of counselling in pastoral settings, this book explores key issues like the significance of religious tradition, appropriate professional boundaries, and the nature of transference and counter-transference.
Other chapters discuss how counsellors can respond therapeutically to survivors of abuse in religious settings and the challenges associated with pastoral counselling work. Combining theory with relevant case material, Clinical Counselling in Pastoral Settings is a useful resource
for anyone involved in therapeutic work with a religious dimension.
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