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- American Association of Christian Counselors
AACC is committed to assisting Christian counselors, the entire “community of care,” licensed professionals, pastors, and lay church members with little or no formal training. It is our intention to equip clinical, pastoral, and lay care-givers with biblical truth and psychosocial insights that minister to hurting persons and helps them move to personal wholeness, interpersonal competence, mental stability, and spiritual maturity.
- Supervision and Religious/Spiritual Issues: Toward a Discussion
This work looks at whether counseling doctoral programs allow or encourage a discussion of religion and spirituality as part of the counselor client relationship. Several arguments are presented that support therapists attending to clients' religious and spiritual beliefs. The types of problems or disorders that can be aided by clients' religious and spiritual beliefs include abuse; martial or family difficulties; alcohol or drug dependency; balancing career and family; and unwanted pregnancy.
- Association for Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in Counseling
ASERVIC is committed to the infusion of spiritual, ethical, and religious values in counselor preparation and practice.