Category Archives: psychology

Hypnosis and Christian Counseling: Part 2

If the last article on hypnosis didn’t put you to sleep, let’s dig right in to this week’s second and final look at the subject.  We’ll look at the arguments made last week for the acceptance of hypnosis in society, … Continue reading

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Hypnosis and Christian Counseling: Part 1

                      The term, hypnosis, was derived from Greek mythology. The god of sleep was called hypnos.  Hypnosis is used in a variety of counseling, including Christian counseling.  Those who are proponents of hypnosis say it’s nearly impossible to treat … Continue reading

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Rejection Without Resentment

              Let’s face it, who wants to be told “NO!”  Not me.  I have a hard enough time asking people for things to begin with.  So much so that if I ask someone at work to do something for … Continue reading

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The Self-Esteem Lie

                    After having received much positive feedback from some of the men who attended the conference this past weekend, I have decided it would be appropriate to share with others what God laid on my heart to teach.  My … Continue reading

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Psychology and Theology: Medications

         DISCLAIMER: The information provided to you in this article has been compiled from numerous journals, research papers, and studies for the sole purpose of offering you, the reader, a look at the risks of medication management to weigh against … Continue reading

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Psychology and Theology: ADD/ADHD

                    Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) and its counterpart Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) are two behavioral disorders that have experienced a marked increase in prevalence among youth and adults over the last several years.  It is a relatively new … Continue reading

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Psychology and Theology: Depression

                      The DSM-IV (now in a fifth edition) is a manual detailing the criteria needed to help clinicians diagnose and treat multitudes of psychiatric disorders in their clients.  The most highly diagnosed realm within this manual is the Mood … Continue reading

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