Becoming a healthier pastor : family systems theory and the pastor's own family / Ronald W. Richardson.

By: Richardson, Ronald W. (Ronald Wayne), 1939-
Material type: TextTextSeries: Creative pastoral care and counseling seriesPublisher: Minneapolis : Fortress Press, c2005Description: x, 150 p. : ill. ; 22 cmISBN: 0800636392 (alk. paper)Subject(s): Pastoral psychology | Clergy -- Family relationships | Systemic therapy (Family therapy)LOC classification: BV4012 | .R48 2005
Contents:
The pastor's own emotional system and unresolved emotional attachment -- Some common difficulties in ministry related to unresolved emotional attachment with family -- Getting started on doing the work -- The author's own family -- The basic goal of the work : differentiation of self -- Readiness to do the work -- Six principles for reentering our family -- The research stance -- Defining a self and triangles -- Sam's example -- Ministry as coaching -- Running family of origin groups in the church -- Issues and challenges for the pastoral coach -- The benefits of doing family of origin work.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 150).

The pastor's own emotional system and unresolved emotional attachment -- Some common difficulties in ministry related to unresolved emotional attachment with family -- Getting started on doing the work -- The author's own family -- The basic goal of the work : differentiation of self -- Readiness to do the work -- Six principles for reentering our family -- The research stance -- Defining a self and triangles -- Sam's example -- Ministry as coaching -- Running family of origin groups in the church -- Issues and challenges for the pastoral coach -- The benefits of doing family of origin work.

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