Pastoral Psychology

, Volume 39, Issue 2, pp 101–109 | Cite as

Fees, confidentiality, and pastoral counseling

  • Roy Herndon Steinhoff Smith


Cross Cultural Psychology Pastoral Counseling 
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Reference notes

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    See, e.g., Gerkin (1984), pp. 18–22.Google Scholar
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    See, e.g., Tillich (1960), pp. 4–5; as quoted Jordan (1986), pp. 113–114.Google Scholar
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    Conversation with Richard Boyer (Enid: 1988).Google Scholar


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    Gerkin, Charles V. (1984).The Living Human Document: Re-Visioning Pastoral Counseling in a Hermeneutical Mode. Nashville: Abingdon.Google Scholar
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    Jordan, Merle R. (1986).Taking on the Gods: The Task of the Pastoral Counselor. Nashville: Abingdon.Google Scholar
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    Stannard, David E. (1977).The Puritan Way of Death: A Study in Religion, Culture, and Social Change. New York: Oxford (1977).Google Scholar
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    Tillich, Paul J. (1960).The Impact of Psychotherapy on Theological Thought. Monograph of the Academy of Religion and Mental Health.Google Scholar

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© Human Sciences Press, Inc 1990

Authors and Affiliations

  • Roy Herndon Steinhoff Smith
    • 1
  1. 1.Phillips Graduate SeminaryUSA

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