TEDS CO6000: Pastoral Counseling, Guilt & Shame
Tuesdays, August 31-December 7 · 6:30-9:15 pm · Elmbrook Church (777 S. Barker Rd. Brookfield)
Guilt and shame are universal human issues, always impacting our lives and experiences. Since the fall in the garden, humanity has been wrestling with the moral problem of guilt and the personal experience of shame. It has been observed that in these issues religions and psychology meet. This course will present a review of the roles guilt and shame play in our lives, the psychology and theology of these phenomena, and a unique Christian model that offers both understanding and specific resolution strategies. Theory, research findings, theology will be implemented in practical applications for pastoral and mental health care.
Sign up for this course with Terri Carlson; TEDS@eastbrook.org, 414.228.5220 x267.