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Father’s Day and the Future of Faith

  If the breakdown of the family is one of the causes of secularism and makes evangelization — including the evangelization of our own kids — increasingly difficult, this Sunday, Father’s Day, isn’t too soon for repentance and a changed way… American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: This article looks at how secularism has corrupted the family and in essence the role of fatherhood, through donars, divorce, broken homes and ultimately a decay of the western family.  Christian Counselors should always seek to protect the family from the erosion of secularism and materialism. If you are interested in a certification

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Certification In Christian Counseling: The Seven Joys of Mary and Counseling

Certification In Christian Counseling: The Seven Joys of Mary and Counseling

Certification in Christian Counseling: Counseling for Joy in the Life of Mary So many times in Christian theology, we focus only on the sorrows of Christ, Mary, and the saints.  In this short article, I would like to focus instead on the some of the joys especially during the Easter season.  In particular, since in previous articles we looked at Mary’s seven sorrows, I would like to look at her seven joys.  Catholics as well as Protestants can find some common ground in professing joy during counseling sessions.  As Christians we can all share in joyous moments of Jesus and

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Certification in Christian Counseling: Reconciliation as Religious Counseling

Certification in Christian Counseling: Reconciliation as Religious Counseling

Certification in Christian Counseling: Reconciliation is also counseling Within Catholic theology, the Seven Sacraments are outward signs that produce grace. Each grace that is particular to a sacrament has a particular function within the soul’s spiritual life. This sacramental grace helps the person carry out particular spiritual tasks within the domain of the sacrament. Christian  Counselors within the Catholic tradition have a particular aid in helping their clients overcome sin, grief and despair via the Sacrament of Reconciliation. In fact, confession in itself is a religious counseling session. Many priests who administer the sacrament become Christian counselors by the very

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Ethics of a Christian Counselor

A Christian counselor shares many of the same ethical standards any counselor or professional would have. This obviously includes respect of each person and their general welfare. It also includes confidentiality and a seal of silence. In regards to sexuality, a counselor should use extreme caution when the person begins to compare him or her to a spouse or ex boyfriend or girlfriend. On the other side of the spectrum, a counselor should rediagnose one’s professional relationship if one starts to prolong sessions or find excuses to see the person they are counseling outside of the office. If such things