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The Premarital Counseling Handbook

Author: H. Norman Wright
Publisher: Moody Publishers
ISBN: 1575675862
Size: 80.64 MB
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In any endeavor, dreams and goals not backed by concrete plans and preparations can result in failure. And marriage is no exception, claims H. Norman Wright. In fact, without solid planning and forethought by engaged couples, we will surely see a continuation of the startling divorce rate among Christians and non-Christians alike. On the other hand, thorough premarital counseling and preparation can result in lifelong marriages that are fulfilling and God honoring. That's where the church comes in. More and more churches are realizing that their responsibility lies not only in pronouncing men and women 'husband and wife,' but also in making sure the proper foundation is laid so that marriages have a better chance of standing strong under pressure. Since its introduction in 1977 as Premarital Counseling, this book has been used by literally thousands of churches throughout the country as both a guide and reference tool. Now Dr. Wright has added new material to cover some perplexing issues that have come into prominence only recently. Among those special concerns are: Interracial marriages Second marriages Marriages of persons from dysfunctional families Writing for both pastors and other premarital counselors, H. Norman Wright sets you at ease about the counseling process, even if you've had only limited counseling experience. As the author of the popular Before You Say I Do and numerous other books on marriage, H. Norman Wright documents in The Premarital Counseling Handbook methods hat have proved successful. These will help insure that the marriages performed in your church will resist the pressures that are destroying today's married couples.

The Premarital Counseling Handbook

Author: H. Norman Wright
Publisher: Moody Pub
ISBN: 9780802463821
Size: 45.40 MB
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Wright encourages pastors to take very seriously the premarital counseling process and shows them step-by-step how to conduct counseling sessions that will reap rewards long after the ceremony is over and the confetti is swept away.

How To Counsel A Couple In 6 Sessions Or Less

Author: H. Norman Wright
Publisher: Gospel Light Publications
ISBN: 9780830730681
Size: 60.44 MB
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"How to Counsel a Couple in 6 Sessions or Less" makes it easier to counsel couples over a brief period of time, but also addresses major marital issues of communication, family issues, decision making and more. This highly practical resource for pastors - or anyne in ministry - can be used with "The Marriage Checkup Questionnaire" or as a stand alone tool for quickly diagnosing problems and referring couples to a professional, as necessary.

Premarital And Remarital Counseling

Author: Robert F. Stahmann
Publisher: Jossey-Bass Inc Pub
ISBN: 9780787908454
Size: 21.87 MB
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The definitive guide to premarital counseling This is the best premarital counseling guide I have seen in more than three decades in the family therapy and family life education fields. -- William C. Nichols, editor, Contemporary Family Therapy Following the success of the first two editions of this book, the authors updated their indispensable guide on the process and content of premarital counseling. In this revised edition, they have added important information about issues in the forefront today: remarriage, the blended or step-family, intergroup marriages, and younger and older couples. Filled with practical and effective hands-on questionnaires and instruments that have been newly revised and widely tested by the authors, this book is written to meet the needs of a range of professionals, including clergy and clinicians in social work, psychology, counseling, and marriage and family therapy.

Right From The Start

Author: David Frisbie
Publisher: Beacon Hill Press
ISBN: 9780834126039
Size: 45.87 MB
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Right From the Start: A Pastor's Guide to Premarital Counseling is a guide for pastors and counselors to help couples prepare for and succeed in married life.

Look Before You Leap

Author: Sandra Levy Ceren
Publisher: Loving Healing Press
ISBN: 1932690751
Size: 15.92 MB
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Originally published as a highly recommended professional text for premarital counselors, these research-based quizzes, exercises, and case examples are now available for couples planning to marry.

Marrying Well

Author: Elena Lesser Bruun
Publisher: W. W. Norton
ISBN: 9780393705942
Size: 55.49 MB
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Meeting the challenges and complexities of modern coupling. Therapists who do not specialize in premarital counseling are often called on to provide this therapy, or they may wish to expand into this field. Two therapists with decades of experience offer an overview of the basics of premarital counseling and the most common issues presented by premarital couples in therapy.

Premarital Guidance

Author: Charles W. Taylor
Publisher: Fortress Press
ISBN: 9781451405071
Size: 26.67 MB
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Written by a new generation of recognized experts in pastoral care, these brief, foundational books offer practical advice to pastors on the most frequent dilemmas of pastoral care and counseling.