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September 15, 2023

Guilt and Shame: A Christian Therapist’s Perspective

The views expressed in this article are of the individual writer and not necessarily representative of each counselor who works at ChristianWorks for Children. The first time I watched the movie Moana, a scene toward the end of the movie absolutely entranced me. The underlying themes of identity, shame, and healing are blatant. If I […]

June 16, 2023

Gatekeeping for Faith Leaders, Part 3: Let’s Talk about Safety

NOTE: The following article is in no way meant to be a replacement for formal, in-person training on mental health first aid. Welcome back to our Gatekeeping for Faith Leaders series! If for some reason you missed our first two installments, I highly encourage you to begin by reading Part 1, How do I know […]

April 21, 2023

Social Interest, its Role in Healing

Social Interest, its Role in Healing, and some geeky history about the counseling field If you are someone who has ever endured graduate school for a counseling degree, you have been asked the ever-present question about your “theory,” the guiding principles that you have chosen to utilize in your counseling practice. So what’s your theory? […]
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