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SIMPSON GRADUATE SCHOOL OF MINISTRY SIMPSON UNIVERSITY

February 13-17, 2006 Mike Schill Psy.D.

ATS Course M.Min/MICS Course

CN 610-00 Introduction to Pastoral Counseling PC 6005-00 Principles of Counseling COURSE DESCRIPTION

An overview of the theory, models and practice of Counseling, including Christian Counseling paradigms. COURSE CORRELATION

CN 610-00 is fitted into the PERSON phase of the ATS Ministry Formational Model. COURSE OBJECTIVES

At the completion of the course, students should be able to:

1. Demonstrate an ability to do research in the area of counseling theory.

2. Be able to present an oral and/or written summary and critique of a selected model of counseling.

3. Articulate the principles, theory, and practice of selected counseling modalities of Christian Counseling covered in Competent Christian Counseling, by Clinton & Ohlschlager.

4. Articulate the principles, theory, and practice of selected counseling modalities of Christian Counseling covered in Christ Centered Therapy, by Anderson, Zuehlke, & Zuehlke.

5. Articulate the principles, theory, and practice of all eleven psychotherapeutic systems found in Current Psychotherapies, by Corsini & Wedding.

6. Demonstrate the ability to evaluate models of Christian Counseling in light of Biblical principles.

7. Be conversant with the principles of Christian counseling.

8. Discern what principles they will be able to incorporate into their own practice of Christian Counseling. 9. Articulate the rationale for the selection of their own approach to counseling.

10. Evaluate their own counseling and its use of the skills necessary for a counseling ministry.

COURSE TEXTS

(1) Clinton, Timothy & Ohlschlager, George: Competent Christian Counseling, Foundations & Practice of Compassionate Soul Care. American Association of Christian Counselors, Waterbrook press, 2002. Read this text in its entirety. It should become a primary reference, resource guide, and a skills-based training tool for all Christian Counselors and Pastors. It is both descriptive and prescriptive offering God- honoring direction to practicing pastors, missionaries, clinicians, and students in ministry training. ISBN 1-57856-517-0

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(2) Anderson, Neil T., Zuehlke, Terry E., & Zuehlke, Julianne S. :Christ Centered Therapy, The Practical Integration of Theology and Psychology. Zondervan Publishing House, 2000. Read this text in its entirety. The goal of this text is to bring the professional psychiatrist, the clinician/counselor, and the practical theologian/pastor together in order to present to the Christian Community a unified answer from a Biblical- Christian worldview. We will look at 17 issues every Christian pastor/counselor needs to understand and have in his/her counseling tool kit. ISBN 0-310-23113-2

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Edition. Itasca, Illinois: F.E. Peacock Publishers, Inc, 1995. (443 pages). This volume teaches the basic principals and the process of eleven psychotherapeutic systems. A significant number of the counseling models employed by Christian counselors utilize numerous techniques to be found in these theories. The student will be better equipped to evaluate Christian counseling theories by having an understanding of the source of many of these underlying methods and techniques.

ISBN 0-87581-392-5 COURSE REQUIREMENTS

Pre-Class

1. Read: Competent Christian Counseling. Be prepared to discuss the contents of part one and part two during the first day of class. Also read: Christ Centered Therapy, chapter’s one through six and be prepared to discuss its contents. Please critique each chapter concerning its strengths and weaknesses. Be prepared to present your view of what you found to be especially meaningful and helpful in each chapter during the first day of class. No written report will be required for this assignment.

2. Read: Competent Christian Counseling, part three and four; and Christ Centered Therapy, chapter’s seven through nine. Be prepared to discuss the contents of these chapters during the second day of class. Please critique each chapter concerning its strengths and weaknesses. Be prepared to present your view of what you found to be especially meaningful and helpful in each chapter. No written report will be required for this assignment.

3. Read: Competent Christian Counseling, part five and six, and Christ Centered Therapy, chapters ten and eleven. Be prepared to discuss the contents of these chapters during the third day of class. Please critique each chapter concerning its strengths and weaknesses. Be prepared to present your view of what you found to be especially meaningful and helpful in each chapter. No written report will be required for this assignment.

4. Prepare an oral presentation on one of the psychotherapeutic systems covered in the text, Current Psychotherapies, Fifth Edition. There are eleven basic theories covered in this volume. After each presenter reviews a given theory in class, be prepared to discuss the counseling model presented. Be prepared to critique each theory in light of Scripture. If there are more than eleven students in the course, then a second student may select one of the counseling models presented in this text book a second time. The oral report should be no more than twenty minutes in duration. The accompanying discussion will be ten-twenty minutes in length. The presentations will be scattered out over the week.

Please contact Dr. Schill to sign up for the psychotherapeutic system that you select for your oral presentation. These theories are to be found in the first twelve chapters of the above mentioned text. Please note: We need to cover all eleven theories. The selections will be made in the order of your response to Dr. Schill.

Dr. Schill may be contacted by the following means:

Phone: (530) 226-4179 Simpson University Community Counseling Center FAX: (530) 226-4856 (Work)

Phone: (530) 222-7679 (Home)

E-mail: mschill@simpsonuniversity.edu (preferred contact method) 5. In addition to preparing and delivering an oral presentation in class on a selected theory

of counseling (above), an eight-ten page paper on another or the same selected theory will be due as a post-class assignment. This psychotherapeutic system should be one that you would find the most applicable, and the most effective in your ministry setting.

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In addition to the course texts, the following bibliography is provided represented by topics of current Christian Counseling literature

1. Strategic Pastoral Counseling: A Short -Term Structured Model. The works by David G. Benner and his associates. Benner, David G. Strategic Pastoral Counseling: A Short -Term Structured Model. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Baker Book House, 1992. Please look for other volumes in this series on this model.

There are ten volumes in the series on Strategic Pastoral Counseling. Each volume has a different author. These volumes cover the following topics: addictive behavior, anger, depression, forgiveness, grief and trauma, guilt and shame, marital stress, parenting issues, sexual dysfunction, and worry.

2. Effective Biblical Counseling Works by Lawrence J. Crabb Jr. include:

Basic Principles of Biblical Counseling. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Zondervan Publishing House, 1975.

Effective Biblical Counseling: A model for Helping Caring Christian Become Capable Counselors. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Zondervan Publishing House 1977.

Finding God.. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Zondervan Publishing House, 1993.

Hope When You’re Hurting. by Crabb, Larry and Allender, Dan B. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Zondervan Publishing House, 1996.

Connecting: Healing for Ourselves and Our Relationships: A Radical New Vision Nashville: Word Publishing, 1997.

The Safest Place on Earth: Where People Connect and are Forever Changed. Nashville: Word Publishing, 1999.

Shattered Dreams: God’s Unexpected Pathway to Joy. Colorado Springs, Colorado: WaterBrook Press, 2001.

The Pressure’s Off. Colorado Springs, Colorado: WaterBrook Press, 2002.

3. Nouthetic Counseling Works by Jay E. Adams include: The Christian Counselors Manual Grand Rapids, Michigan: Baker Book House, 1973.

Competent to Counsel. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Baker Book House, 1970.

How to Help People Change: The Four-Step Biblical Process. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Zondervan Publishing House, 1986

More than Redemption: A Theology of Christian Counseling. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Baker Book House, 1979.

4. Introduction to Biblical Counseling Books written by John F. MacArthur, Jr. and Wayne A. Mack include:

Introduction to Biblical Counseling: A Basic Guide to the Principles and Practice of Counseling. By MacArthur, Jr., John F. and Mack, Wayne A. Dallas: Word Publishing, 1994.

Homework Manual for Biblical Living, Volume 1: Personal and Interpersonal Problems. by Wayne Mack. Cherry Hill, N.J. Presbyterian and Reformed, 1979.

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Homework Manual for Biblical Living, Volume 2: Family and Marital Problems. By Wayne Mack. Phillipsburg, New Jersey: Presbyterian and Reformed, 1980.

Preparing for Marriage God’s Way, Counselor/Teacher’s Guide. by Wayne Mack. Tulsa, OK.: Virgil W. Hensley, l986: Sun Valley, California: Grace Book Shack, 1993.

Strengthening Your Marriage. By Wayne Mack. Phillipsburg, New Jersey: Presbyterian and Reformed, 1977.

Your Family God’s Way: Developing and Sustaining Relationships in the Home. Phillipsburg, New Jersey: Presbyterian and Reformed, 1991.

5. Christian Counseling. Works by Dr. Gary R. Collins include the following:

Christian Counseling: A Comprehensive Guide, Revised Edition. Dallas: Word Publishing, 1988. Helping People Grow: Practical Approaches to Christian Counseling. Santa Ana, California: Vision House, 1980.

The Rebuilding of Psychology: An Integration of Psychology and Christianity. Wheaton, Illinois: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc. 1977.

Can You Trust Psychology? Exposing the Facts and Fictions. Downers Grove, Illinois: InterVarsity Press, 1988.

Getting Your Life Out of Neutral. Old Tappan, New Jersey: Fleming H. Revell Company, 1987. The Soul Search. Nashville: Thomas Nelson/ Word, date unknown.

The Biblical Basis of Christian Counseling for People Helpers. Colorado Springs, Colorado: Nav Press, 1993.

6. Misbelief Therapy Works of William Backus include the following:

Telling the Truth to Troubled People: A Manual for Christian Counselors. Minneapolis, Minnesota: Bethany House Publishers, 1985.

Learning to Tell Myself the Truth. Minneapolis, Minnesota: Bethany House Publishers, 1994. Telling Each Other the Truth. Minneapolis, Minnesota: Bethany House Publishers, 1985.

Finding the Freedom of Self-Control. Minneapolis, Minnesota: Bethany House Publishers, 1987. The Good News About Worry. Minneapolis, Minnesota: Bethany House Publishers, 1991.

The Healing Power of a Christian Mind: How Biblical Truth Can Keep You Healthy. Minneapolis, Minnesota: Bethany House Publishers, 1996.

What Your Counselor Never Told You: Seven Secrets Revealed--Conquer the Power of Sin in Your Life. Minneapolis, Minnesota: Bethany House Publishers, 2000.

Backus, William and Chapian, Marie. Telling Yourself the Truth. Minneapolis, Minnesota: Bethany House Publishers, 1980.

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Backus, William and Chapian, Marie. Why Do I Do What I Don’t Want To Do? Minneapolis, Minnesota: Bethany House Publishers, 1984.

7. Christian Psychiatry. Works by Drs. Minirth and Meier and their associates.

Minirth, Frank. Christian Psychiatry. Old Tappan, New Jersey: Fleming H. Revell Company, 1977. Meier, Frank B. et al. Introduction to Psychology and Counseling, Second Edition Grand Rapids, Michigan: Baker Book House, 1991.

Minirth, Frank and Meier, Paul. Happiness Is a Choice, Second Edition. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Baker Book House, 1994.

Hemfelt, Robert et al. The Path to Serenity. Nashville: Thomas Nelson Publishers, 1991. Meier, Paul D. et al. Child -Rearing and Personality Development, Second Edition.Grand Rapids, Michigan: Baker Book House, 1993.

Carter, Les. The Missing Peace. Chicago: Moody Press, 1987.

Thurman, Chris. The Lies We Believe. Nashville: Thomas Nelson, 1989.

Thurman, Chris. Self-Help or Self-Destruction. Nashville: Thomas Nelson, 1996. Thurman, Chris. The Lies We Believe Workbook. Nashville: Thomas Nelson, 1995

Stoop, David. Self-Talk: The Key to Personal Growth, Second Edition, Grand Rapids, Michigan: F.H. Revell Co. 2nd edition 1996.

Stoop, David and Arterburn, Stephen. The Angry Man. Dallas: Word Publishing, 1991.

8. Biblical Counseling - Books by Henry Brandt and his associates include some of the following: Brandt, Henry and Skinner, Kerry L. The Word to the Wise. Nashville: Broadman and Holman Publishers, 1995.

Brandt, Henry and Skinner, Kerry L. Heart of the Problem. Nashville: Broadman and Holman Publishers, 1997.

Brandt, Henry and Skinner, Kerry L. A Prescription for a Deeper Experience with God: Heart of the Problem. Nashville: Broadman and Holman Publishers, 1995

Brandt, Henry. When You’re Tired of Treating the Symptoms, and You’re Ready for a Cure, Give Me a Call: 18 Lessons for Making Lasting Change. Brentwood, Tennessee: Wolgemuth & Hyatt, Publishers, Inc., 1991,

Brandt, Henry R. and Dowdy, Homer E. Christians Have Troubles, Too: A Psychologist Finds the Answers in the Bible. Old Tappan, New Jersey: Fleming H. Revell Company, 1968.

Brandt, Henry with Landrum, Phil. I Want Happiness Now! Grand Rapids, Michigan Zondervan Publishing Company, 1978.

Brandt, Henry with Landrum, Phil. I Want My Marriage to Be Better. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Zondervan Publishing Company, 1978.

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Brandt, Henry. I Want to Enjoy My Children. Self-Published, No City, No date. ISBN 0-9648743-1-8. Brandt, Henry and Skinner, Kerry L. I Want to Enjoy My Children: Work Book. Published, No City, No date. ISBN 0-9648743-1-8.

Brandt, Henry and Skinner, Kerry L. Marriage God’s Way. Nashville, Tennessee, 1999. 9. Biblical Counseling - Edward T. Welch, Ph.D. Christian Counseling and Educational

Foundation in Glenside, Pennsylvania; Lecturer in Practical Theology at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia.

Welch, Edward T. Blame It on the Brain?: Distinguishing Chemical Imbalances, Brain Disorders, and Disobedience. Phillipsburg, New Jersey: P&R. Publishing, 1998.

Welch, Edward T. When People Are Big and God Is Small: Overcoming Peer-Pressure, Codependency, and the Fear of Man. Phillipsburg, New Jersey: P&R Publishing, 1998.

Welch Edward T. and Shogren, Gary Steven. Addictive Behavior: A Short-Term Structured Model. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Baker Book House, 1995.

Welch Edward T. and Shogren, Gary Steven. Running in Circles: How to Find Feedom from Addictive Behavior. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Baker Book House, 1995.

Welch, Edward T. Addictions: A Banquet in the Grave: Finding Hope in the Power of the Gospel. Phillipsburg, New Jersey: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing, 2001.

10. Brief Therapy in Christian Counseling

Oliver, Gary J. et al. Promoting Change through Brief Therapy in Christian Counseling. Wheaton, Illinois: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc., 1997.

11. Solution-Focused Pastoral Counseling

Kollar, Charles Allen. Solution-Focused Pastoral Counseling: An Effective Short- Term Approach for Getting People Back on Track. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Zondervan Publishing House, 1997.

The books listed above may be found in the following places: Simpson University Library

Shasta Bible College Library

Christian college and seminary libraries

Christian book stores and discount mail order sources such as CBD, etc. Personal libraries of pastors; church staff members; and Christian counselors Church libraries.

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CLASS REQUIREMENTS CONTINUED Post-Class

Complete the eight-ten page paper on a selected theory of counseling you would find applicable in your ministry. All work submitted must be your own. This includes all assignments, exams, papers, and other projects required by your professor. The submission of another person’s work represented as that of your own without properly citing the source of the work will be considered plagiarism and will result in an unsatisfactory grade for the work submitted, or for the entire course. To avoid plagiarism, do not “copy and paste” into any assignments without using quotations marks and citing in APA format the source of the material. Your paper can cite outside references or periodicals and should be double spaced in APA format.

All work must be submitted to the satisfaction of the instructor in order to pass the course. Post-course assignments are due 90 days after the last class day.

Course Grading

Pre-class reading and preparation 5%

Discussions from the book entitled: Competent Christian Counseling 15% Discussions from the book entitled: Christ Centered Therapy 15%

Oral presentation of a psychotherapeutic system, Current Psychotherapies 20%

Discussions of the psychotherapeutic systems 5% The eight-ten page paper on a selected theory of counseling 20% Final Examination 20%

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