Tag: Pastoral counseling
I treated my dog better: Suicidal Ideation in Hospice Care
Dr. Saul Ebema
The Chaplain’s Role in Patient Confidentiality
By Cheryl Barnes-Neff, PhD, MDiv, RN
Stuck in Grief?
By Kenneth J. Doka, M.Div., Ph.D. Sometimes individuals share with me that they or someone they know are “stuck in grief.” Yet, I always wonder what individuals mean when they say “stuck in grief.” Sometimes when I think of someone stuck in grief, I know they are having a more complicated reaction to grief. Here the…
Facts about Complicated Grief
By Dr. Saul Ebema- Resident writer.
The Skilled Chaplain
Saul Ebema, D.Min. In the book, “The Skilled Pastor: Counseling as the Practice of Theology”, Taylor writes that “the way to help persons deal with their problems is to help them change the beliefs that contribute to their distressing feelings and behaviors”. I find this quote from Taylor to be true because skilled…