Counseling Coercive Controlling Husbands

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Author: Chris Moles


Some men may say they are simply overprotective. Others will admit to being a little jealous, or claim that they are insecure, but patterns of power and control may indicate a more serious problem. This session looks at behaviors and tactics consistent with this desire to control while offering clear categories and biblical strategies for addressing controlling husbands.

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

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About the speaker: 

Chris Moles is Senior Pastor of Grace Community Chapel (Eleanor, WV); Director and counselor at CrossPoint Biblical Counseling Center (Scott Depot, WV); certified group facilitator in domestic violence intervention and prevention; Faculty member with the West Virginia Coalition against domestic violence state wide intervention training; married with two children; B.A., Bible, Cedarville College; M.A.B.C., Faith Bible Seminary (Lafayette, IN).