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IRBC’s Counseling Methodology

Preliminary Considerations Counselors should view the process of counseling as one which is both linear and variegated. Having discussed IRBC’s philosophy of counseling, we are now ready to begin discussing the methodology of biblical counseling. The first thing we want to note about IRBC’s methodology, and that of the broader field of biblical counseling, is […]

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Last time we began looking at the Primary or Internal Dominant Domains™ of IRBC’s philosophical model of counseling. We considered the first two, which are the Spiritual and Mental Domains. In this article we will be introduced to the final three: the Emotional, Social, and Bodily Domains.™ The Emotional Domain™ When evaluating counselees for problems […]

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IRBC’s Philosophy of Counseling: God Created Man to Work

We are now ready to take under our consideration the fourth foundational principle underlying IRBC’s philosophical model of counseling: God created man to work. This principle, as with the last one, primarily serves as the foundation for the Secondary Dominant Domains, particularly the Production Domain™. Introduction to the Production Domain The grounds for including labor […]

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