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Series: Creative Pastoral Care and Counseling Series

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Anger and Assertiveness in Pastoral Care by David W. Augsburger
Becoming a Healthier Pastor by Ronald W. Richardson
Care and Counseling of the Aging by William M. Clements
The Care and Counseling of Youth in the Church by Paul B. Irwin
Competency Based Counseling by Frank Thomas
Counseling Adolescent Girls by Patricia H. Davis
Counseling for Liberation by Charlotte H. Clinebell
Counseling Men by Philip L. Culbertson
Creating a Healthier Church: Family Systems Theory, Leadership and Congregational Life by Ronald W. Richardson
Crisis Counseling by Howard W. Stone
Cross-Cultural Counseling by Aart Van Beek
Grief, Transition, and Loss: A Pastor's Practical Guide by Wayne E. Oates
Growth Counseling for Mid-Years Couples by Howard John Clinebell
Integrative Family Therapy by David C. Olsen
Money Problems and Pastoral Care by Paul G. Schurman
New Approaches to Family Pastoral Care by Douglas A. Anderson
Pastor and Parish: A Systems Approach by E. Mansell Pattison
The Pastor as Moral Guide by Rebekah Miles
Pastoral Care and Counseling in Grief and Separation by Wayne E. Oates
Pastoral Care and Counseling with Latino/as by R. Esteban Montilla
Pastoral Care Emergencies by David K. Switzer
Pastoral Care of Gays, Lesbians, and Their Families by David K. Switzer
Pastoral Care of Older Adults by Harold Koenig
Pastoral Care with Handicapped Persons by Lowell G Colston
Pastoral Visitation by Nancy J. Gorsuch
Premarital Guidance by Charles W. Taylor
A Primer In Pastoral Care by Jeanne Stevenson-Moessner
Short Term Spiritual Guidance by Duane R. Bidwell
Strategies for Brief Pastoral Counseling by Howard W. Stone
Theology and Pastoral Care by John B. Cobb
Using Behavioral Methods in Pastoral Counseling by Howard W. Stone
When Faith is Tested by Jeffry Zurheide
Woman-Battering by Carol J. Adams

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