Pastoral counseling is a branch of counseling in which psychologically trained ministers provide therapy services. Pastoral counselors often integrate modern psychological thought and method with traditional religious training in an effort to address psycho-spiritual issues in addition to the traditional spectrum of counseling services. Pastoral Counseling brings healing, hope, and wholeness to individuals, families, and communities by expanding and equipping spiritually grounded and psychologically informed care, counseling, and psychotherapy. Over the years, the role of pastoral counseling has evolved from religious or spiritual counseling to psychotherapy which integrates theology, spirituality, resources of faith communities and the behavioral sciences.
Traditional Interfaith spiritual training in an effort to address psycho-spiritual issues in addition to the traditional spectrum of counseling services.
Assure the assessment of spiritual needs, issues, concerns of patients and their families
Coordinate the provision of spiritual care to terminally ill patients & their families
Discuss treatment and issues with clients and families
Home visits for Ill or sick clients
Emotional / Spiritual support
Interaction with clients either on the phone or in person to assist them in gaining insight, defining goals, and planning action to achieve effective personal, social, educational, and vocational development.
Native American blessings and clearings of homes and offices
Provide counseling therapy services, psycho-dynamic interventions, crisis intervention, grief / bereavement counseling, problem solving, stress reduction & developing healthy coping strategies in individual and group settings and end of life medical and social needs.
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