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In Care of Souls, David Benner offers a timely reminder of the benefits of recapturing the place of the spiritual in psychological work. Among the many benefits for individuals who receive a combination of the best of modern therapy and biblical guidance are an increased feeling of personal value and a willingness to put God's priorities above their own.
|Publisher:||Baker Publishing Group|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
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About the Author
David G. Benner (PhD, York University; postdoctoral studies, Chicago Institute of Psychoanalysis) is an internationally known depth psychologist, author, spiritual guide, and personal transformation coach who lives in Toronto, Ontario. Benner has authored or edited more than thirty books, including Soulful Spirituality and Spirituality and the Awakening Self. He lectures widely around the world and has held numerous clinical and academic appointments. For more information, visit his website at [www.drdavidgbenner.ca](http://drdavidgbenner.ca) or his Facebook page.
Table of ContentsPreface: The Rediscovery of Soul and the Recovery of Its Care
Part 1 Understanding Soul Care
1 What Is Soul Care?
2 The Rise of Therapeutic Soul Care
3 The Boundaries of the Soul
4 Psychology and Spirituality
5 Christian Spirituality
6 The Psychospiritual Focus of Soul Care
Part 2 Giving and Receiving Soul Care
7 Dialogue in Soul Care
8 Dreams, the Unconscious, and the Language of the Soul
9 Forms of Christian Soul Care
10 Challenges of Christian Soul Care
11 Receiving Soul Care