Biblical and Theological Foundations for Counseling

This course, taught by Kristin Kellen at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, is a foundational course for students that examines the biblical and theological foundations of biblical counseling.

The student will lean the epistemological, anthropological, and methodological presuppositions for biblical counseling. The student will learn distinctively Christian concepts for understanding people, their problems, how they change, and basic methods and techniques of counseling.

Seminary: Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary
Keyword: Neuroscience, psychology, mental illness

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