Spiritual Wholeness for Clergy: A New Psychology of Intimacy with God, Self and Others

Book, 1993, 82 pp
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Donald R. Hands and Wayne L. Fehr, the clinical and spiritual directors of the St. Barnabas Center, provide a new integration of spiritual and psychological approaches to ministry. In a very down-to-earth and practical way, Hands and Fehr join clinical psychology and spiritual direction to create a model of spirituality that integrates theology, psychology, and an understanding of individual frailties in a new and healthy way. Drawing on five years of counseling experience with over 400 clergy, the authors pinpoint the human problems, traps, and temptations awaiting those who choose the clergy role. This book will help clergy learn how to develop and maintain a psychologically healthy spirituality in their relationships with others. It will assit judicatory executives and therapists working with clergy in understanding the problems and knowing how to help clergy move towards greater emotional and spiritual health.
TypePrint
AudienceLeaders
LanguageEnglish
PublisherAlban Institute

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