CO101 Introducing Pastoral Counseling I: Theory and Practice

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In this introduction, Dr. Eric Johnson identifies the seven pillars of pastoral counseling, essential skills needed, and issues of human development. He emphasizes the biblical view of God and human nature so you can care for others in a way that expresses Christ’s love. This course is beneficial for anyone involved in Christian counseling.

Introduction

Introducing the Speaker

Introducing the Speaker

1m

The Seven Pillars of Pastoral Counseling—Pillar One: The Glory of God

The Glory of God

The Glory of God

9m

The Seven Pillars of Pastoral Counseling—Pillar Two: The Word of God

The Word of God

The Word of God

5m

The Seven Pillars of Pastoral Counseling—Pillar Three: The Story of God

The Christian Metanarrative

The Christian Metanarrative

5m

The Seven Pillars of Pastoral Counseling—Pillar Four: Union with Christ

Union with Christ

Union with Christ

6m

The Seven Pillars of Pastoral Counseling—Pillar Five: Self-Examination

Self-Examination

Self-Examination

11m

The Seven Pillars of Pastoral Counseling—Pillar Six: The Dialectic of Law & Grace

The Dialectic of Law & Grace

The Dialectic of Law & Grace

7m

The Seven Pillars of Pastoral Counseling—Pillar Seven: Love & Empathy

Love Is the Primary Christian Virtue

Love Is the Primary Christian Virtue

3m

Counseling Skills

Basic Counseling Skills

Basic Counseling Skills

8m

Benner’s Five-Session Model for Counseling

How Much Counseling Is Needed?

How Much Counseling Is Needed?

3m

Conclusion

Summary Thoughts about Pastoral Counseling

Summary Thoughts about Pastoral Counseling

5m