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The Resource Pastoral counseling for mental health

Pastoral counseling for mental health

Label
Pastoral counseling for mental health
Title
Pastoral counseling for mental health
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DNLM
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1891-
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Laycock, Samuel Ralph
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Pastoral counseling
  • Pastoral Care
Label
Pastoral counseling for mental health
Instantiates
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • I. The clergyman's role in counseling -- Counseling consists of two chief kinds -- Personal and social counseling -- an inevitable part of a clergyman's job -- The advantages of the clergyman as counselor -- Dangers in pastoral counseling -- Variety of personal and social problems -- General objectives -- II. The techniques of counseling -- What is counseling? -- General principles of counseling -- Techniques of interviewing -- III. The use of community resources in counseling -- Inventory of available resources -- Co-operating with other professional persons and groups -- Counseling or referral? -- Services -- IV. Marriage counseling -- What is marriage counseling? -- The clergyman's interest in marriage counseling -- Improvement in skill in marriage counseling -- Education for marriage -- Sex education -- Courses for adolescents -- Courses for young adults -- Counseling engaged couples -- Helping newly married couples build a successful marriage -- Counseling in marital conflicts -- V. Counseling parents -- The clergyman's role -- Helping parents understand the normal development of children -- Understanding and dealing with behavior problems of children -- Helping parents and adolescents understand each other -- Helping parents of handicapped and gifted children -- Parents' use of community resources -- Self-understanding for parents -- Audio-visual aids in counseling -- VI. Counseling older people and their relatives -- Why is aging a problem? -- The needs of older people -- Translating needs into action -- Personal counseling of older persons -- Counseling of relatives -- Study groups on aging -- VII. Counseling the relatives of those requiring institutional care -- Relatives of the mentally ill -- Parents of the mentally retarded -- Other handicapped and ill individuals -- Relatives of those committed to correctional institutions -- Parents of delinquent children -- Relatives of older people
  • VIII. Counseling alcoholics and their families -- Understanding the problem of alcoholism -- The clergyman's approach to the problem -- Using available resources -- Counseling families of the alcoholic -- Help after treatment -- Developing public opinion -- Prevention of alcoholism in youth -- IX. Counseling individuals with sexual differences -- The clergyman's attitude to sex problems -- Need for up-to-date knowledge -- Helping normal individuals -- Counseling homosexuals -- Counseling prostitutes -- Counseling sex perverts -- X. Counseling in the crisis of family life -- Counseling the physically ill -- The bereaved -- Individuals who lose jobs, fail in business, et cetera -- Parents disappointed in their teenager's failure in or drop-out from school -- Parents whose children marry too early or make a poor marriage choice -- Parents whose unmarried daughter has become pregnant -- The unmarried mother -- Parents of handicapped children -- Handicapped individuals -- The menopause -- XI. Counseling those with personality disorders -- Kinds of personality disorders -- What the clergyman can do
Control code
1727466
Extent
96 pages
Lccn
61017154
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(WaOLN)327298
Label
Pastoral counseling for mental health
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • I. The clergyman's role in counseling -- Counseling consists of two chief kinds -- Personal and social counseling -- an inevitable part of a clergyman's job -- The advantages of the clergyman as counselor -- Dangers in pastoral counseling -- Variety of personal and social problems -- General objectives -- II. The techniques of counseling -- What is counseling? -- General principles of counseling -- Techniques of interviewing -- III. The use of community resources in counseling -- Inventory of available resources -- Co-operating with other professional persons and groups -- Counseling or referral? -- Services -- IV. Marriage counseling -- What is marriage counseling? -- The clergyman's interest in marriage counseling -- Improvement in skill in marriage counseling -- Education for marriage -- Sex education -- Courses for adolescents -- Courses for young adults -- Counseling engaged couples -- Helping newly married couples build a successful marriage -- Counseling in marital conflicts -- V. Counseling parents -- The clergyman's role -- Helping parents understand the normal development of children -- Understanding and dealing with behavior problems of children -- Helping parents and adolescents understand each other -- Helping parents of handicapped and gifted children -- Parents' use of community resources -- Self-understanding for parents -- Audio-visual aids in counseling -- VI. Counseling older people and their relatives -- Why is aging a problem? -- The needs of older people -- Translating needs into action -- Personal counseling of older persons -- Counseling of relatives -- Study groups on aging -- VII. Counseling the relatives of those requiring institutional care -- Relatives of the mentally ill -- Parents of the mentally retarded -- Other handicapped and ill individuals -- Relatives of those committed to correctional institutions -- Parents of delinquent children -- Relatives of older people
  • VIII. Counseling alcoholics and their families -- Understanding the problem of alcoholism -- The clergyman's approach to the problem -- Using available resources -- Counseling families of the alcoholic -- Help after treatment -- Developing public opinion -- Prevention of alcoholism in youth -- IX. Counseling individuals with sexual differences -- The clergyman's attitude to sex problems -- Need for up-to-date knowledge -- Helping normal individuals -- Counseling homosexuals -- Counseling prostitutes -- Counseling sex perverts -- X. Counseling in the crisis of family life -- Counseling the physically ill -- The bereaved -- Individuals who lose jobs, fail in business, et cetera -- Parents disappointed in their teenager's failure in or drop-out from school -- Parents whose children marry too early or make a poor marriage choice -- Parents whose unmarried daughter has become pregnant -- The unmarried mother -- Parents of handicapped children -- Handicapped individuals -- The menopause -- XI. Counseling those with personality disorders -- Kinds of personality disorders -- What the clergyman can do
Control code
1727466
Extent
96 pages
Lccn
61017154
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(WaOLN)327298

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