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How to Counsel All Types of Addictions

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SKU: DLMP360473
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Author: Mark Shaw

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This is a session from the Biblical Counseling Training Conference hosted by Faith Church in Lafayette, Indiana. 

People are looking for the hope that there are answers for their hurts, their difficulties, and the challenges they face. Since 1985, the Biblical Counseling Training Conference has been equipping ministry professionals and lay leaders to skillfully, confidently, and lovingly minister God's Word to those looking for answers.

You may listen to the first 10 minutes of this session by clicking on the "Preview Excerpt" button above.

For more information about the conference go to www.faithlafayette.org/bctc.

About the author:

Mark Shaw has over 20 years of counseling experience working in a variety of settings including faith-based residential programs, dealing with issues surrounding “addictions” of all types, and supervising staff positions. His experience in the biblical counseling field began in 2001. He has written several works including The Heart of Addiction; Relapse: Biblical Prevention Strategies; Divine Intervention: Hope and Help for Families of Addicts; Addiction-Proof Parenting; and Hope and Help for Self-Injurers/Cutters. He also co-authored a chapter in Christ-Centered Biblical Counseling.  Mark serves as the Executive Director of Vision of Hope, a residential treatment program for at-risk girls.

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  1. lust of the flesh, the lust of the eyes, & the boastful pride of life 3 Star Review

    Posted by on 28th Jun 2015

    Taken from 1John 2: 15, 17 “Do not love the world, the lust of the flesh, the lust of the eyes, and the boastful pride of life.” Everyone suffers from all of these temptations but most will struggle with one more than the other two. The physical component of addiction does not negate the fact that it is a sin choice. Factors in addiction include comfort, covetousness, and control. The put-ons and not the put-offs are what motivate people. The goal must be to glorify God but the people you are counseling do not know and trust God. This is a great addition to your arsenal in counseling addiction. Shorter than some at only 37 minutes.