I’m so excited to bring you a brand new category of content on churchtherapy.com — Pastor Training Videos! These videos will each be 10 minutes or less and will feature topics related to mental health or basic counseling/helping skills. The content in this first video is directly from the work of Bill Miller and Steve […]
2014 was the year of the book! My fourth book, Momentum, is now available here Hope you enjoy all four books and come back for more blog articles as I return my attention to my blog. Blessings, Kristen
With all of my book writing this year I have not had as much time to update the blog. Check out my 3rd book of the year, On Edge: Mental Illness in the Christian Context, here: http://tinyurl.com/phhyx7n Post a comment to let me know what you think of the book!
In light of the recent tragic death of Robin Williams (and of course many others who have also died by suicide who are not famous enough to make headlines), I decided to post a portion of the chapter on suicide that will be published in my next book, On Edge: Mental Illness in the Christian Context, […]
How’s your emotional health? Find out with my latest book, Emotional Traps: Finding Freedom in Everyday Life, available here: http://tinyurl.com/mvzs4ha
Getting Your Life Under Control: Making Order From The Chaos Now available! Buy it here: tinyurl.com/k6u7vlp
I wrote this poem after the death of my aunt. In the midst of tragic loss I hope it may be of help to those who grieve. Death, despair, devastation. Life shortened, stolen, snatched. This is no invention of God. Creator, Sustainer Unmatched. Dust once breathed to life in an instant Turns dry […]
Once you have thought through the ethical implications of the Church Therapy model (click here for posts in the “Ethics” category), you may find yourself asking, “So how does this work practically?” There are a variety of different options for making church therapy work for your church. The Ministry Model Most biblical counselors come from […]
In the world of biblical counseling, a phrase you often hear is “organic disorders.” These are the types of problems that are biologically based and may require medical treatment, and Jay Adams (founder of the biblical counseling movement) expressed from the start that organic disorders are to be treated differently from other types of emotional […]
Check out my new category: Counseling/Recovery Worksheets! Feel free to print these as needed to use them in your counseling or recovery groups. If you find these resources helpful, please let people know that you found them on www.churchtherapy.com. Thanks!