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Embodying Integration: A Fresh Look At Christianity In The Therapy Room (Paperback)

Embodying Integration: A Fresh Look At Christianity In The Therapy Room (Paperback)
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    Mark R. McMinn,Megan Anna Neff
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    Discussing spirituality and religion in the therapy room is increasingly accepted, some even forgetting that integration of psychology and Christianity was once a rare thing. Yet even as the decades-long integration movement has been so effective, the counselor's lived context in which integration happens grows increasingly complex, and the movement has reached a new turning point. Christian practitioners need a fresh look at integration in a postmodern world. In Embodying Integration, Megan Anna Neff and Mark McMinn provide an essential guide to becoming integrators today. Representing two generations of counselor education and practice, they model how to engage hard questions and consider how different theological views, gendered perspectives, and cultures integrate with psychology and counseling. "Many students," they write, "don't want models and views that tend to simplify complexity into categories. They are looking for conversation that helps them dive into the complexity, to ponder the nuances and messiness of integration." More than focusing on resolving issues, Neff and McMinn help situate wisdom through personally engaging, diverse views and narratives. Arising from conversations between an up-and-coming practitioner and her veteran integrator father, this book considers practical implications for the day-to-day realities of counseling and psychotherapy. Personal stories, dialogues between the coauthors, and discussion questions throughout help students, teachers, mental health professionals, and anyone interested in psychology and faith to enter—and continue—the conversation. 

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    1. Category : Counseling
    2. SKU : 9780830828678
    3. Barcode : 9780830828678
    4. Size : 152 x 226 mm
    5. Long Author : Mark R. McMinn,Megan Anna Neff
    1. Number of Pages : 272 pp
    2. Language : English
    3. Format : Paperback
    4. Publisher : Intervarstity Press Academic

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