In practice, Pastoral Counseling offers clients an intersection of theological foundations, philosophical moral grounding, and evidence-based clinical skill applications. To envision how this intersection comes to life in a pastoral counseling session, a brief, fictional case study may be helpful. Imagine a young, 20-year-old male college student comes to the office of a pastoral counselor. Within the first meeting, the pastoral counselor is already aware that their time together with the student is likely limited.Details
The world needs compassionate, ethical counselors. Individuals, couples, and families sometimes have concerns and problems that they cannot make sense of on their own. To sort out life’s issues, people often seek professionals who value social service and desire to help them improve their relationships.