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This course is for both students with a pastoral counseling concentration and other seminary students interested in learning the introductory level of the art and science of pastoral counseling. The course will examine the basics of a counseling relationship and give the student the opportunity to practice a “counseling” relationship and skills in the context of the course. Topics to be covered include: theory overview, skills work, typical cases encountered, issues related to ethics, culture, theology, diagnosis, and treatment planning. Special attention will be given to the dynamics of counseling in the context of the congregation or faith community.

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This project is intended to help students integrate their seminary education into their intended ministry setting. As a culmination of their seminary experience, students will develop a resource, with the assistance of a faculty advisor, which will equip them more fully to minister in contexts beyond the seminary.

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This course is for both students with a pastoral counseling concentration and other seminary students interested in learning the art and science of pastoral counseling. The course will examine the ministry of pastoral counseling at a more advanced level. It will give the student the opportunity to engage in a sustained counseling relationship with one other person. Topics to be covered include: an in-depth review of counseling theories, advanced skills work, and issues related to ethics, culture and theology. Diagnosis and treatment planning will be given sustained attention. Prerequisite: Pastoral Counseling I (SMCL 581)

Missions and Evangelism (SMME)

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