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Love Counseling by Kevin John Phillips MA, LPC

Love Counseling

Why Not Love When Talking to Others

by Kevin John Phillips MA, LPC

Pages: 322

Dimensions: 6 x 9

Category
  • RELIGION - Christian Life - Relationships
  • RELIGION - Christian Ministry - Counseling & Recovery
  • RELIGION - Christian Life - Personal Growth

Type : Paperback

ISBN : 9781545679005

Price : $17.99

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Type : Hardcover

ISBN : 9781545679012

Price : $27.99

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If you share your experiences with another, you are a counselor. If you offer comfort, a helping hand and the gift of listening and consoling, you are a counselor. Even if you don’t consider yourself a counselor, there are times when each one of us plays that role in someone’s life. Love Counseling offers a unique perspective that will enable you to provide sound, positive counseling to your children, grandchildren, loved ones, friends, parishioners, peers, siblings, spouse and significant others which will be a breath of fresh air promoting their recovery journeys in healthy, more balanced ways.
Inspired to write this book by his teenage daughter Lauren and nephew Owen; Kevin covers a variety of topics, including parenting, deliverance, and family relationships. Combining stories from the Bible and modern-day commentary, this book provides a blueprint for everyone who wants to have a positive impact on the people in their lives. What are you waiting for? 

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Kevin John Phillips MA, LPC is a seasoned professional with a wide range of managerial and clinical experiences. He has worked with adults and adolescents in psychiatric residential treatment facilities, is accomplished in trauma- focused cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), and has significant experience delivering treatment such as play therapy, person-centered therapy, existential therapeutic clinical orientations, Christian counseling, and crime victim and substance use counseling. Kevin is particularly effective in counseling victims of sexual assault, victims of domestic violence, and children who have been severely emotionally or physically neglected by parents and guardians, as well as individuals suffering from anxiety, phobias, PTSD, depression and severe relationship problems. Kevin currently owns and operates a counseling practice in South Carolina called CommonGround Counseling, LLC. Readers can find more information at commongroundcounseling.net.

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