Failure in the Counseling Room, Part 1

Anonymous

It’s an uncomfortable topic, but one I think about regularly: my shortcomings and limitations in the counseling room. The context for seeing one’s shortcomings in the counseling room may vary from counselor to counselor, but three common themes seem to regularly recycle in conversations with other counselors. Continue reading

The BCC Weekend Media Resource: How Biblical Counseling Helped a Woman Struggling with Self Injury, Depression, and Anxiety

Anonymous

Every weekend we highlight one of our free resources. Many times those are media resources—video or audio. But we also have hundreds of blog resources on Christian living and biblical counseling. This weekend’s resource is an example of that. It’ss part of a Biblical Counseling Coalition series of testimonies by people who have received biblical counseling. Though anonymous, each testimony is from a real person who is excited to share how biblical counseling has benefited them. Continue reading