Posts filed under: Counseling

Breaking The Mental Rut

I’ve heard people say to be the student of just one book. The idea is to find an author or a few authors who you feel challenged by and try to master the message they teach, rather than chasing after...
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Using Our Rights As Youth Workers

Doug Fields tells youth workers that as youth workers we have earned a place in students’ lives to hold them accountable and live up to expectations. That’s not a direct quote, but expresses the idea of what he shares. I...
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What Is God’s Will For My Life?

Got asked a twist on an age-old question today. A student asked, “Since we are supposed to follow God and surrender our lives to God why do Christian men tell people to follow there dreams and to have the job...
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Family Counseling: Start From a Good Place and Control the Meeting

Here are a few tips I’ve learned by counseling students with their parents: – Don’t be available at a moment’s notice. If you can delay the appointment for at least a few hours after the explosive argument, they’ll have a...
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