I would like information on how a therapist of faith would interact with a non believing clients and if this relationship would impact the therapeutic outcomes.
A requirement for “Christian” counselling is that the person has fully repented, fully confessed, and fully recieved Jesus Christ as Saviour and Lord. The spiritual truths cannot be recieved without being born again. It’s impossible. Some irrelevant headknowledge might be gained, but they can always find that anywhere else.
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