4 Post World War I Lessons: How Psychotherapy Helps

“Downton Abbey” offers a dramatic, romantic vision of a family in a place and time that is no more. Picturesque as it is, this ideal is not unscathed by the trauma, terror and slaughter of World War I whose anniversary is upon us. A new word entered our...

Study: Orthodox Jews More Open to Counseling

NEW YORK (RNS) Most Orthodox Jews who seek professional counseling do so for marriage problems despite the community’s relatively high marital satisfaction rate, according to a new study released Friday (Aug. 13). The findings, reported in Psychological Disorder...

A Ministry of Coaching

Very often we use words interchangeably that have very distinctive meanings. As I have started doing clergy coaching with Pinnacle Leadership Associates, I have found that friends tend to confuse three terms ‚ÄĚcounseling, mentoring and coaching. Counseling is a healing...

Seminary Adopts ‘Biblical’ Counseling

Southern Baptist Theological Seminary is changing the way it will train ministers to deal with the needs of hurting parishioners. After decades of integrating secular psychology and biblical training in a course of study known as “pastoral care,” the...