This companion volume to Competent to Counsel and The Christian Counselor's Manual is designed for the classroom, the study, or ministerial seminars. It is an excellent tool for any Christian counselor who is striving for a thoroughly scriptural approach in his counseling. A workbook based on actual counseling experiences, this compilation of cases represents the variety of problems encountered in the course of ordinary pastoral counseling. Jay E. Adams had three major purposes in view as he compiled The Christian Counselor's Casebook:
- to provide practice in learning how to identify various sorts of problems according to biblical norms,
- to provide practice in laying out biblical plans of action, and
- to provide familiarity with a wide variety of representative types of problems that every counselor will sooner or later encounter.
The Christian Counselor's Casebook is the tool that will assist those who have studied the counseling techniques explained in the earlier books of Jay E. Adams and now want to put into practice what they have learned.
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