Christian Counseling Term Paper by Jay Writtings LLC

Christian Counseling
An analysis of the words and roles related to being a Christian counselor.
# 116963 | 3,081 words | 0 sources | MLA | 2009 | US
Published on Nov 02, 2009 in Religion and Theology (Christianity) , Psychology (General)


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Description:

In this paper, the six words and roles related to being a Christian counselor are analyzed in regards to their roots in language, as well as their interpretation and use within the Bible. The ethical standards abided by the Christian counselor as well as those of the counseling professional, are also analyzed to provide a broader picture as to the functions of the occupation of counselor. Following this is a summary of how this information will be subjectively applied in the personal pursuit of becoming a counselor, as pertaining to both the means employed as well as the eventual title and status of employment.

Outline:
Biblical Words Related to Counseling
Word Studies
Compare and Contrast Biblical Views with Professional Views
Personal Application

From the Paper:

"The code espoused by the American Counseling Association is to enhance the quality of life within society as a whole while also advancing and promoting the quality of counselors alongside their profession, in order to work towards the promotion of respect for human dignity. They are scientific, educational, and professional as an organization. (ACA 2) This code of ethics is legally enforceable and if necessary legal means are sought in the enforcement of these rules, a testament to their solidity and effectiveness. The code of the American Counseling Association has been established to serve five goals: to clarify the responsibilities and requirements to their members, to support the goals and mission of the organization, to put in place an infrastructure for members to proceed with inquiries or complaints both against other members or the organization itself, and most relevant, to establish the ethical behaviors which define the principles of their employees."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • "Search the Bible." Crosswalk.com: The Intersection of Faith and Life. Retrieved on 23 October 2007, from: www.crosswalk.com
  • Blue Letter Bible. "Dictionary and Word Search for 'counsel' in the KJV". Blue Letter Bible. 1996-2007. 28 Oct 2007. < http:// cf.blb.org/search/translationResults.cfm?Criteria=counsel&Version=KJV >
  • VanderSpuy, Mervin. "Christian counselling in a transitional cultural post-modernistic perspective." Didaskalia (Otterburne, Man.). 16.1, (2004) pp 39-48.
  • VanKatwyk, Peter L.. "Therapy talk and therapeutic conversations: the formation of pastoral counselors." Journal of Pastoral Care & Counseling. 60.4, (2006) pp. 379-385.
  • Vine, W. E. "Guide (Noun and Verb)," Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words. Blue Letter Bible. 1940. 1 Apr 2007. 28 Oct 2007. < http://cf.blb.org/Search/Dictionary/viewTopic.cfm?type=GetTopic&Topic=Guide+(Noun+and+Verb)#Vines >

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