PSYCHOLOGY AND COUNSELING
CRISIS COUNSELLING₹ 200.00
A Guide for Pastors and Professionals
The author helps readers understand the nature of crisis events, how individuals are impacted, and how to best provide help during and following times of trauma, loss, and grief. Though intended for the professional and pastoral counsellors, it offers definitions of all concepts, making it accessible to lay readers. Specific examples from Scripture and everyday life abound. Specialized topics include how to work with children and teenagers in crisis circumstances and how to develop a crisis response team in a church setting. The concluding chapter helps readers deal with the stress, burnout, and secondary trauma that often accompanies crisis ministry and counselling.
IN THE PATH OF THE BAREFOOT COUNSELLOR₹ 90.00
18 Steps Toward Becoming Effective Helping Persons
Joe Currie, S.J.
This is a sequel to the author’s earlier work ‘The Barefoot Counsellor.” A step by step development takes trainees through the various stages of helping relationships, both from counsellor’s and the counselee’s view points.
THE BAREFOOT COUNSELLOR₹ 200.00
A Primer in Building Helping Relationships
Joe Currie, S.J.
Among numerous books on counselling, Fr. Joe Currie’s book is a perennial best-seller. It is prescribed for study in theological colleges too. Its continued popularity is due to jargon-free language and clarity of presentation of the BASIC requirements for effective counselling. Moreover, the book explores the attitudes necessary for mental health. It is an effective guide for anyone who wishes to be a counsellor.
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