By On November 17th, 2005

Christian Counseling

Availability of time, liabilities, and available resources are all issues when confronted by a person with serious mental health needs who is seeking help from church clergy. The following thought-provoking article discusses some of these dynamics:

“A large percentage of people in this country with personal and emotional problems often seek out a member of the clergy rather than, say, a professional therapist. Does this mean the clergy should be better trained in psychology? And at what point — if ever — should clergy refer people to the professionals?”

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