This book will provide pastors, church leaders, and anyone else attempting to respond to a crisis with tools and knowledge needed to help the hurting through significant issues of life. A Biblical model of helping others is provided along with an overview of situations one may face when dealing with emotional and mental illnesses, grief and loss, addiction and depression just to mention a few. The author provides an extensive list of resources related to each topic including names of professionals in the field as well as website addresses. Dr. Edward Moody speaks with a qualified voice to the subjects covered providing a useful tool to anyone faced with helping people through difficult times. This book gives an excellent overview of situations one may face in helping someone suffering from emotional issues, addiction, and mental health issues. Dr. Moody prepares the reader to respond in ways that offer real heal for those who are hurting.
|Publisher:||Randall House Publications|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.62(d)|
Table of Contents
Introduction; Chapter 1 The Call; Chapter 2; Tools of the Responder; Chapter 3 The Character and Techniques of the Responder; Chapter 4 Helping People Through Grief and Loss; Chapter 5 When Down Gets Dangerous; Chapter 6 Helping People Survive and Thrive; Chapter 7 Breaking the Deadly Cycle; Chapter 8 Helping People with Problems We Don't Understand; Chapter 9 Helping Families Survive and Thrive
This book is so helpful in learning how to respond during crisis moments when you might not know how. It is an excellent resource for anyone to have and use when the time comes that they are a first responder! Keep this book on hand!
This interesting and insightful book is an absolute must-have for first-responders who may not know what to say or do to help others during difficult times. Clergymembers, counselors, psychologists, psychiatrists and laypeople should read and keep this book handy as a reference to know what to say/do at a moment's notice to assist the distressed. This book is an excellent resource. Please visit the first aid for emotional hurts website for additional information.