Biblical Counseling

This course, taught by B. Tate Cockrell at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, is an introduction to biblical counseling theory and practice.

An introduction to biblical counseling theory and practice, including a focus on how Scripture and theology form the foundation and substance for counseling, biblical concepts for understanding people and their problems, and biblical methods of change.

Seminary: Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary
Keywords: Counseling, pastoral care and counseling, trauma, compassion fatigue, resilience

Biblical-Counseling

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