A Counselor for the Church
Welcome! Thank you for being my guest at bradhambrick.com. I want my site to serve you well. Whether you are here for personal benefit, as a friend, a pastor, leading a lay counseling ministry, or a mental health professional, I want to make finding what you need as easy as possible.
The presentations below were taken from a live event for the “Creating a Gospel-Centered Marriage: Communication” seminar. For the various counseling options available from this material visit www.summitrdu.com/counseling. This seminar is part of a series of “Creating...
Index of Resources
The first question usually asked when looking for counseling resources is, “What fits my need?” This section is a topical index, collating the best resources from this site in key subject areas.
Abusive RelationshipsAddictionAdulteryAngerAnxietyC.S. LewisCharacterChurch and CounselingCodependencyCommunicationCounseling TheoryDepressionDisordered EatingEmotionsFinancesForgivenessGriefMarriageMental Illness and MedicationParentingPersonalityPornographyPTSDSelf-EsteemSex and SexualitySexual AbuseSpiritual DisciplinesSufferingTheology and Counseling
Who is this site for?
The second question that quickly emerges once someone begins to find quality counseling resources is, “Who is this for?” The four links below help you learn how to use this site whether your here for personal growth, to help a friend, as a pastor helping a congregant, or as a counselor in formal setting.
What can I do with these resources?
The third question I hope you begin to ask as you use these resources is, “How can I, or my church, use these resources to help others?” The links below guide you on how to use the resources from this site to launch various peer-based counseling ministries at your church.