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Fundamentals Track | NYC 2016

$100.00

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This Fundamentals Track was given at the 2016 NYC event. It meets the required hours for ACBC certification.

 

The complete conference card (CCCard) is a unique way to provide all the sessions from the Counseling and Discipleship Training event.  To redeem this card you will visit www.biblicalcounseling.com/cccard, select your conference and enter the unique access code provided on the card. Once you are in the portal all the audio sessions from the conference and the PDF version of notes submitted by the speakers will be available to download onto your computer and all your devices.

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Speakers include: Heath Lambert, Scott Mehl, Jim Newheiser, Brad Bigney, Andrew Rogers, Stuart Scott, Dan Wickert, and Kevin Carson.

WEEKEND 1

 

  • The Calling of All Christians
  • A Comparison of Counseling Philosophies
  • How to Grow and Change
  • The Doctrine of Progressive Sanctification
  • Key Elements of Biblical Counseling:
    • 1 & 2: Gather Data & Discern Problems
    • 3 & 4: Build Involvement & Give Hope
    • 5 & 6: Give Instruction & Assign Homework

 

WEEKEND 2

 

  • Addressing Issues of the Heart
  • The Purpose of Marriage
  • The Role of the Husband
  • The Role of the Wife
  • A Biblical View of Sexuality
  • Biblical Parenting: Fathers, Do Not Provoke to Anger
  • Biblical Parenting: But Bring Them Up
  • Biblical Parenting: In the Discipline of the Lord
  • Biblical Parenting: In the Instruction of the Lord
  • How to Improve Your Communication

 

WEEKEND 3

 

  • Guilt and Repentance
  • Counseling People with a Medical Illness
  • Trials and Suffering
  • Worry and Fear
  • Forgiveness
  • Counseling People with a Psychological Diagnosis
  • Counseling Those Committing Sexual Sin
  • Helping Those Suffering with Depression
  • A Biblical View of Anger