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by Aart van Beek

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Author:
Aart van Beek
ISBN13:
978-0800626662
ISBN:
0800626664
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Publisher:
Fortress Press (January 5, 1996)
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Churches & Church Leadership
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1547 kb
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1482 kb
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Rating:
4.5
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Aart M. van Beek, a Presbyterian minister, teaches pastoral care and counseling at the Jakarta . A very good an readable book in the field of cross-cultural studies with a particular view of pastoral care and counseling.

Aart M. van Beek, a Presbyterian minister, teaches pastoral care and counseling at the Jakarta Theological Seminary, in Jakarta, Indonesia. The author uses good examples and speaks from experience. This book is not as comprehensive as other works on this topic, though.

More in Creative Pastoral Care and Counseling Series. Title: Cross Cultural Counseling By: Aarf van Beek Format: Paperback Vendor: Augsburg Fortress Publication Date: 1996 Dimensions: 8 1/2 X 5 1/2 (inches). Augsburg Fortress, 1996, Paperback. Weight: 6 ounces ISBN: 0800626664 ISBN-13: 9780800626662 Series: Creative Pastoral Care and Counseling Stock No: WW0626664. Pastoral Counseling Across Cultures.

Cross-Cultural Counseling book

Cross-Cultural Counseling book. Start by marking Cross-Cultural Counseling (Creative Pastoral Care and Counseling Series) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. missionary Aart M. van Beck has used a wide variety of concrete cases to illustrate the sensitivities, awarnesses and skills needed for doing counseling in a cross-cultural environment.

Cross-Cultural Counseling. Author: Aart M. van Beek. Publisher: Fortress Press. Philip Culbertson teaches Pastoral Care and Counseling at St Johns Theological College; Counseling Psychology at Auckland University; Psychotherapy at Auckland University of Technology; and has a private practice in psychotherapy. He holds a Bachelors degree in Music from Washington University, a Masters degree in Divinity from General Theology Seminary in New York City, and a P. in Education from New York University.

Pastoral counseling is a branch of counseling in which psychologically trained ministers, rabbis, priests, imams, and other persons provide therapy services. Pastoral counselors often integrate modern psychological thought and method with traditional religious training in an effort to address psychospiritual issues in addition to the traditional spectrum of counseling services. van Beek Pastoral care Pastoral counseling Pastoral ministry Pastoral theology Cross-cultural Multicultural Inter-disciplinary.

Pastoral counseling, pastoral care and pastoral ministry are presented as mutually complementary and as under girded by the same pastoral theological principle of genuine encounter. Since pastoral theology is informed by personal experience, the author illustrates his points by reference to personal cross-cultural experience. This article is an adaptation of a paper delivered at a multicultural conference in Seoul, Korea in November 2008. Pastoral care Pastoral counseling Pastoral ministry Pastoral theology Cross-cultural Multicultural Inter-disciplinary.

PDF This article explores ways in which pastoral counselling re- flects cultural preferences.

PDF This article explores ways in which pastoral counselling re- flects cultural preferences Article Sep 17, 2002 Authors: Emmanuel Y. Lartey Ph. 4 The topic of intercultural and cross-cultural pastoral care has been implicitly and explicitly discussed by many members of the Society for Pastoral Theology (Acolatse, 2010; Anderson, 1997; Ashby, 2006; Butler, 2006; Cook, 2006; Cooper-White, 2010; Gill-Austern, 2009; Greider, 2002 Greider,, 2010 Griffin, 2006; Jernigan, 1995; Karaban, 1991 Karaban,, 1992 Kelcourse, 2011; I. Lee, 2010; K. S. Lee, 2000 K.

The Western counseling approaches and Christian rituals need contextualization. A counselor or pastoral caregiver with an integrative consciousness is required to address the psychological and religious identity conflicts existing in African and other indigenous cross-cultural contexts.

Aart van Beek, a pastoral counselor, consultant, educator, and theologian with rich experience in the southwestern . All this makes Aart van Beek's book a valuable contribution to the sparse resources in this area of pastoral care and counseling. -Howard Clinebell from the Foreword.

Aart van Beek, a pastoral counselor, consultant, educator, and theologian with rich experience in the southwestern United States and in Southeast Asia has authored a practical guide for caregivers. His book offers hands-on ways to attend, empathize, assess, understand, intervene, and to integrate these insights and skills into one's own worldview, theory, and theology. An ambitious task for so few pages, but his goal is achieved. -David W. Augsburger Fuller Theological Seminary.

Counselor-theologian--missionary Aart M. van Beck has used a wide variety of concrete cases to illustrate the sensitivities, awarnesses and skills needed for doing counseling in a cross-cultural environment.
  • A very good an readable book in the field of cross-cultural studies with a particular view of pastoral care and counseling. The author uses good examples and speaks from experience. This book is not as comprehensive as other works on this topic, though.

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  • I like this as a supplemental text for use at the seminary in conjunction with Sue and Sue for a course in counseling for cultural diversity.