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I'm not a music video junkie, but after hearing this song, I had to check it out. I was spellbound as I watched such a poignant replication of a couple heading toward divorce. I assign homework to my clients. I knew exactly what to assign to this couple: go home and watch “Broken Together” on YouTube.

Whether you are a clinical counselor, a pastor, or even just someone trying to care for your own soul, there will be something here for you.

The therapeutic relationship is essential to a positive outcome when helping another person. In Therapeutic Presence; A Mindful Approach to Effective Therapy by Shari...

Many of us in helping ministries have escorted a client or parishioner to a psychiatric hospital for an evaluation or possible admittance. My experience...

This morning’s newspaper carries a curious headline: “HEALING ON HOLD” The reference is to a community of people who couldn’t heal from the trauma of the...

Integrating Christian spirituality and counseling in ethically appropriate ways is an important skill for Christians who counsel.  Doing this well goes beyond adding a...

A one-day seminar exploring approaches to integration of theology and counseling. Register here. Presentation: Toddy Holeman This seminar presents a model for theologically-reflective counseling that is adaptable...

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