Streams of Influence: The good, the bad and the painful

Streams of Influence: The good, the bad and the painful


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Streams of Influence: The good, the bad and the painful by Robert L. Carroll Jr., Jane Hammond Carroll

This is a story of a man who sought the meaning of his life in the culture in which he was reared, a variety of vocations, alcoholism and eventually a faith in God. His encounter with God liberated him from alcoholism, made him open to God's call and to preparation for his life's work. He attended a theological school and discovered that he did not wish to be a preaching minister but a pastoral counselor.

This decision led him into hospital chaplaincy, psychoanalyst, Erickson Ian Hypnosis, Nero Linguistic Programming plus a dozen other streams of influence that liberated his own life and provided a foundation for his life long work as a pastoral counselor.

His family has been one of his major teachers. His wife stood with him through his days of alcoholism and has been for him a constant source of inspiration and hope.

This book sets forth the numerous influences, which have flowed into this man's life and have given birth to a kind of therapy that is effective down to earth and healing. His work is characterized by an emphasis on inner personal communication, attentive listening, speaking the truth in love. More than any other comment, people say this man models what he teaches.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781492943488
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 01/04/2014
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.33(d)

About the Author

Robby Carroll lives in Atlanta with his wife of 45 years Jane Hammond Carroll. Robby and Jane have two children and three grandchildren. Robby, a Presbyterian minister, has been in practice as a pastoral counselor and marriage and family therapist for over 25 years.

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