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  • This course is a review of the recent psychological literature and theological understandings regarding forgiveness and reconciliation.

  • Resources and forum for discussions with OM Bangladesh

  • Grief and traumatic losses are universal human experiences. This course is an integrative examination of these issues. It is possible for Christians to develop a comprehensive approach to grief and trauma that reflects both a psychological understanding of human response to these experiences and a Christian understanding of the consequences of the Fall along with compassion, hope, and comfort.


  • An introduction to the principles, techniques, and theories of counseling with emphasis on counselor characteristics, helping skills, the various types of pastoral counseling, the most common counseling problems, and the uniqueness of Christian Counseling.

  • Guilt and
    shame are universal human issues.  Since
    the fall in the garden, humanity has been wrestling with the moral problem of
    guilt and the personal experience of shame. 
    It has been observed that in these issues religion and psychology meet.  This course will present a comprehensive
    Christian perspective.


  • Kurz popisuje
    ztrátu jako psychodynamický a teologické proces. Ztráta je univerzální zkušeností, každý člověk někdy
    zakouší bolest ze ztráty. Ztráty se mohou týkat zřejmých okolností jako ztráta blízké osoby nebo zaměstnání, ale
    také méně zřejmých situací jako ztráta ideálu, bezpečí nebo dětství. Pro zdravý
    život a pro růst je nezbytné zvládnutí ztráty. Je nezbytné projít bolestí ze
    ztráty proto, aby mohlo dojít k uzdravení. Kurz pomáhá rozlišit různé ztráty,
    napomáhá porozumět procesu ztráty a poskytuje nástroje pro pastorační pomoc
    lidem, kteří ztrátou procházejí.


  • Develop a
    Christian approach and response to these universal human experiences of grief
    and trauma.

    Grief and trauma are universal human experiences. This
    course is a psychological examination of these issues. It is possible for
    Christians to develop a comprehensive approach to grief and trauma that
    reflects both a psychological understanding of human response to these
    experiences and a Christian understanding of hope and comfort



  •  An introduction to the principles, techniques, and theories of counseling with an emphasis on counselor characteristics, helping skills, the various types of pastoral counseling, the most common counseling problems, and the uniqueness of Christian Counseling.

  • This course will deal with the physiological, psychological, sociocultural, theological, and spiritual aspects of human sexuality, with particular emphasis on ministry/counseling-related issues. Three graduate hours.
  • Kurz poskytne na základě
    psychologické a teologické literatury přehled současného bádání v oblasti
    odpuštění a usmíření. Předmět podrobněji popíše význam odpuštění a na základě
    Wortheringtonova modelu bude probrán proces odpuštění a usmíření.  

      
    Předmět se zabývá významem odpuštění pro mentální a duchovní zdraví
    člověka. Jsou předloženy definice odpuštění a přestoupení. Jsou vyjasněny meze
    vlastní zodpovědnosti za jednání a následky jenání. Je popsán proces odpuštění
    a model usmíření a praktické aspekty a komplikující faktory pastorační pomoci k
    odpuštění.   


  • COURSE DESCRIPTION: 

    Guilt and shame
    are universal human issues.  Since the fall
    in the garden, humanity has been wrestling with the moral problem of guilt and
    the personal experience of shame.  It has
    been observed that in these issues religion and psychology meet.  This course will present a comprehensive
    Christian perspective.

     The emotion of
    shame has been largely ignored in psychological research and theories.  Both within the church and western culture,
    the emotion of shame has often been confused with or masked by an emphasis on
    guilt.  This course will explore the
    phenomena of shame, beginning with psychological findings regarding emotions in
    general and shame in particular.  The
    relationship between guilt, shame, and external reality will be explored.  Classical and current theoretical models as
    well as empirical research will be reviewed. 
    A three-factor integrative model of shame will be presented and
    critiqued.  The impact of shame, as well
    as treatment responses to shame, will be examined.  This course is an outgrowth of a
    collaborative study by Mel Lawrenz, Ph.D. and the instructor.


  • This course is a review of the recent psychological
    literature and theological understandings regarding forgiveness and
    reconciliation. Students who complete the course will be able to

     

    1. define forgiveness from multiple perspectives,
    including psychological, theological, and cultural,

    2. identify the needs and motivations for forgiveness,
    non-forgiveness, and the consequences of each,

    3. differentiate between forgiveness and reconciliation
    and discuss reconciliation options,

    4. discuss the forgiveness process as defined by the
    research programs of Enright and Worthington,

    5. define a process for self-forgiveness,

    6. discuss postmodern & phenomenological forgiveness
    models,

    7. identify and discuss the unique factors involved in
    forgiveness and reconciliation in diverse populations,

    8. discuss the strategies and outcomes of multiple
    reconciliation projects, and

    9. develop and present a plan for forgiveness and
    reconciliation for a problem of their choice.


  • An introduction
    to the principles, techniques, and theories of counseling with emphasis on
    counselor characteristics, helping skills, the various types of pastoral
    counseling, the most common counseling problems, and the uniqueness of
    Christian Counseling.


  • Develop a
    Christian approach and response to these universal human experiences of grief
    and trauma.

    Grief and trauma are universal
    human experiences. This course is a psychological examination of these issues.
    It is possible for Christians to develop a comprehensive approach to grief and
    trauma that reflects both a psychological understanding of human response to
    these experiences and a Christian understanding of hope and comfort.          
                                                    

     


  • Kurz popisuje ztrátu jako psychodynamický a teologický proces. Ztráta je bolestnou zkušeností nejen za zjevných okolností jako ztráta blízké osoby nebo zaměstnání, ale existuje také mnoho ztrát méně zřetelných a ne méně bolestných jako ztráta ideálů, ztráta bezpečí nebo ztráta dětství. Kurz pomáhá porozumět procesu ztráty, identifikovat různé ztráty a přináší podněty pro pastorační pomoc lidem, kteří jakoukoli ztrátu zakouší.
  • Guilt and shame are universal human issues. Since the fall in the garden, humanity has been wrestling with the moral problem of guilt and the personal experience of shame. It has been observed that in these issues religion and psychology intersect. This course reviews classical and current research and theory and presents an original 3-Factor model developed by Dr. Mel Lawrenz and the instructor.


  • This course is a review of the recent psychological
    literature and theological understandings regarding forgiveness and
    reconciliation. Students who complete the course will be able to
     (1.) define forgiveness from multiple perspectives,
    including psychological, theological, and secular, (
    2.)) identify the needs and motivations for forgiveness,
    non-forgiveness, and the consequences of each, (
    3.) differentiate between forgiveness and reconciliation
    and discuss reconciliation options, (
    4.) discuss the forgiveness process and defined by the
    research programs of Enright and Worthington, (
    5.) discuss postmodern & phenomenological forgiveness
    models, (
    6.) identify and discuss the unique factors involved in
    forgiveness and reconciliation in diverse populations, (
    7.) discuss the strategies and outcomes of multiple
    reconciliation projects, and (
    8.) develop and present a plan for forgiveness and
    reconciliation for a problem of their choice.


  •  Kurzposkytnenazákladěpsychologické a teologickéliteraturypřehledsoučasnéhobádání v oblastiodpuštění a usmíření. Předmětpodrobnějipopíševýznamodpuštění a nazákladěWortheringtonovamodelubudeprobránprocesodpuštění a usmíření
    Předmět se zabývávýznamemodpuštění pro mentální a duchovnízdravíčlověka. Jsoupředloženydefiniceodpuštění a přestoupení. Jsouvyjasněny meze
    vlastnízodpovědnostizajednání a následkyjenání. Je popsánprocesodpuštění a
    model
    usmíření a praktickéaspekty a komplikujícífaktorypastoračnípomoci k odpuštění.

  • Course Description (from catalog): Develop a Christian approach and response to these universal human experiences of grief and trauma.

    Grief and trauma are universal human experiences. This course is a psychological examination of these issues. It is possible for Christians to develop a comprehensive approach to grief and trauma that reflects both a psychological understanding of human response to these experiences and a Christian understanding of hope and comfort.

    Elmbrook Christian Study Center    Trinity International University


  • This is a forum for disseminating materials regarding counseling, psychotherapy, marital and family therapy, pastoral counseling, and pastoral care. It is being moderated by Dan Green, Ph.D. (Visiting Professor, ETS; Parakletos Board Member). To be included, please email Dr. Green at drg615@gmail.com.



  • COURSE
    DESCRIPTION: 
    An introduction
    to the principles, techniques, and theories of counseling with emphasis on counselor characteristics, helping skills, the various types of pastoral counseling, the most common counseling problems, and the uniqueness of Christian Counseling.


  • COURSE PURPOSE DESCRIPTION
    and OBJECTIVES: 
    This course is a review of the psychological literature and theological understandings regarding psychopathology (abnormal behavior patterns). Students who complete the course will be able to (1) define abnormal behavior  from multiple perspectives, including psychological, theological, social, developmental and multicultural, (2) discuss the multiple contributions to psychopathology, including social, biological, psychological, and spiritual factor, (3) understand the multiple factors that contribute to defining behavior as abnormal and discuss the strengths and limitations of such, and (4) develop a basic pastoral care of intervention for each disorder reviewed.


  • This course is a review of the recent psychological literature and theological understandings regarding forgiveness and reconciliation.


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