Psychology for Pastoral Contexts Paperback

A Handbook

by Jessica Rose;


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Psychology for Pastoral Contexts

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Care for other human beings is at the heart of ministry and brings ministers in contact with wholeof human life. The focus of this handbook of psychology for pastoral contexts is on psychological insight into human relationships and mental health. It can be read as a whole, or used as a handbook for reference to particular problems. At the same time it attempts to put psychological concepts into everyday language. Jessica Osborne, an experienced psychologist and teacher, discusses areas such as attachment, dependency and anxiety, betrayal and reconciliation, mental health issues, such as depression, eating disorders and addiction, stress, violence and abuse and suffering. The book will be useful on pastoral care courses at all levels and suitable for practitioners and people in training for pastoral ministry - lay or ordained.

Psychology for Pastoral Contexts by Jessica Rose was published by SCM Press in April 2013 and is our 13681st best seller. The ISBN for Psychology for Pastoral Contexts is 9780334045526.

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Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherSCM Press (April 2013)
Weight272g
Number of Pages204
Thickness23 mm
Height216 mm
Width135 mm
ISBN9780334045526
ISBN-100334045525
Product Code4065818
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