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Counseling Test 3
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Anton T. Boisen
Assimilation: Had a vision of the breaking down of the wall between two rooms which he believed represented theology and Psychology. Starts Council for the Training of Theological Students. Wrote "Out of the Depths" and "Exploration of the Inner World".
Integration: On the liberal side of integration. Swiss doctor believes in the universal salvation of mankind. Student of Calvin's theology. Wrote books on the relationship between faith and medicine "The Healing of Persons", "Guilt and Grace"
Integrationist: BJU grad and evangelical Psychologist. Opened the door for psychology to enter the conservative church. Radio program and Magazine called "Psychology for Living". Founded the Narramore Christian Foundation. Authored "The Psychology of Counseling".
Integrationist: Founder of Focus on the Family, influenced by Narramore and popularized psychology in conservative circles. Wrote "Dare to Discipline".
Integrationist: Psychologist and head of the counseling program at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. Well known in academic circles. Founded American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC).
Integrationist: Evangelical psychologist at Grace Theological Seminary. Established a "biblical counseling" program which sparks controversy over whether he is actually integrationalist or not.
Minirth and Meier
Integrationist: Evangelical psychologist that started their own psychological clinic. Championed the systemic view of counseling. Popular Q&A style radio program. Parted over ethical issues.
Reaction: Roman Catholic, wrote "Psychology as Religion: Cult of Self Worship", Said psychology is anti Christian and can be criticized outside of religion.
William Kirk Kilpatrick
Reaction: Roman Catholic, wrote "Psychological Seduction: The Failure of Modern Psychology" and "The Emperor's New Clothes: The Naked Truth of the New Psychology" as well as a series of essays including the "Brahman in the Bahamas".
Reaction: Atheist, wrote "The Myth of Mental Illness" and "The Myth of Psychotherapy" argued there is a difference between behavior and disease.
E. Fuller Torrey
Reaction: Non-Christian well known psychologist, believed that psychotherapy should be abolished. Worked at the Bethesda Naval Hospital. Wrote "The Death of Psychiatry".
Reaction: Journalist, wrote "The Psychological Society"
Reaction: wrote, "The Shrinking of America". Said talking to anyone about your problems is just as effective as talking to a psychotherapist.
Sufficiency: Wrote "Competent to Counsel"(1970). Began the Nouthetic counseling movement. Founded "The Journal of Pastoral Practice" NANC and CCEF.
"Our Sufficency in Christ"
"Why Christians Can't Trust Psychology"
"The Failure of Modern Psychology"
Wayne E. Mack
"Introduction to Biblical Counseling" (co-edited with MacArthur)
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