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by William M Clements,Richard L Dayringer

Dealing with Depression: Five Pastoral Interventions epub ebook

Author: William M Clements,Richard L Dayringer
Category: Christian Living
Language: English
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (October 2, 1995)
Pages: 194 pages
ISBN: 1560249331
ISBN13: 978-1560249337
Rating: 4.5
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Read instantly in your browser. by William M Clements (Author), Richard L Dayringer (Author). ISBN-13: 978-1560249672. Richard Dayringer, ThD, is Professor and Director of Psychosocial Care in the Department of Medical Humanities and Professor and Chief of Behavioral Science in the Department of Family and Community Medicine at Southern Illinois University.

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William M Clements (Auteur) Richard L Dayringer (Auteur) Five Pastoral Interventions Paru en janvier 2014 (ePub) en anglais. These experts discuss in practical and understandable ways the helping techniques they use and explain their understanding of depression and their methods of treatment.

This important book has also been translated into a Chinese version.

William M. Clements, Richard L. Dayringer. This important book explores strategies to enable clergy and lay persons to identify and help individuals suffering from depression.

Contents Preface Acknowledgments Introduction Part I: What Is the Pastoral Counseling Relationship? . Dealing with Depression: Five Pastoral Interventions. William M. Clements, Richard L Dayringer.

Contents Preface Acknowledgments Introduction Part I: What Is the Pastoral Counseling Relationship? Chapter 1. A Philosophical Foundation for the Pastoral Counseling Relationship Chapter 2. More). A Theology for Pastoral Psychotherapy: God's Play in Sacred Spaces. B. Grant, Richard L Dayringer.

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This important book explores strategies to enable clergy and lay persons to identify and help individuals suffering from depression. It contains many techniques that can be used in managing depression, including coping devices, treatments, and interventions which actually help depressed persons to improve their mental health. Dealing With Depression describes types of depression and related symptoms to help clergy develop a more complete understanding of the disorder. They will learn to recognize the symptoms of depression and be better able to help individuals who suffer from it. This useful guide includes a step-by-step approach to depression intervention and proven techniques readers can use to enable people to cope more successfully with depression. This important book has also been translated into a Chinese version. Dealing With Depression brings together expert psychologists who explore five modalities for conceptualizing and managing depression, which deflates for clergy the often intimidating quality of the disorder. These experts discuss in practical and understandable ways the helping techniques they use and explain their understanding of depression and their methods of treatment. A medical-religious case conference with these experts shows how clergy and laity can help ease depression and an extensive bibliography is included to facilitate further reference. Dealing With Depression puts this common disorder back into the human life situation where it can be seen as just another temporary disturbance to which human beings are vulnerable, but which need not significantly distort their lives, relationships, spiritual development, or prosperity of body, mind, and soul.
Reviews (2)
Khiceog
This book was written by Dr. Dayringer in collaboration with six other professionals. The purpose of this book was to discuss the pervasive problem of depression that touches everyone; no one being immune from its ravages. “One in ten is affected seriously enough to require treatment” (pg. xv) and as ministers we will come across these individuals. One of the potential complications of depression is suicide. As of the writing of this book, suicide is one of the twelve leading causes of death. This book presents 5 different approaches to dealing with depression. As ministers, whether in the healthcare setting or the local church setting, we need to have an understanding of depression and how to help those suffering with it.

Doukasa
What is so meaningful and unique about this book is the presentation of the disease of depression from various theraputic modalities and by professionals from diverse perspectives. This book is a gift to clergy, physicians, and psychotherapists seeking to help persons with the many expressions of depression.

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