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Employing these insights, in this groundbreaking book Pamela Cooper-White offers a new ...
Employing these insights, in this groundbreaking book Pamela Cooper-White offers a new relational paradigm for pastoral assessment and theological reflection. She uses the caregiver's own responses and feelings as a primary instrument for deepening discernment and better care. She innovatively combines postmodern, psychoanalytic, and theological perspectives with illuminating case studies to illustrate this new use of the self in pastoral care, counseling, and psychotherapy.
|Ch. 1||Countertransference: A History of the Concept||9|
|Ch. 2||The History of Countertransference in Pastoral Care and Counseling||26|
|Ch. 3||The Relational Paradigm: Postmodern Concepts of Countertransference and Intersubjectivity||35|
|Ch. 4||The Relational Paradigm in Pastoral Assessment and Theological Reflection||61|
|Ch. 5||The Relational Paradigm in Pastoral Care||86|
|Ch. 6||The Relational Paradigm in Pastoral Psychotherapy||131|
|Ch. 7||Toward a Relational Theology: God-in-Relation||181|
|Index of Names||235|
|Index of Subjects||238|
Posted June 3, 2011
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