On this page you can find some of my public presentations. If you find them helpful, let me know. If you would like to use them in your own presentations or publications, please cite your source and let me know how you plan on using them.
|Abuse in the Church||2012||Slides; AACC National Conf. Breakout Session|
|Counseling Leaders Dealing with Abuse in the Church||2012||Slides; AACC National Conf. Pre-Conference Session|
|Abuse In The Church||2012||2 Plenary and 2 breakout presentations|
|New Advances Complex Trauma w/ Diane Langberg||2012||American Bible Society Community of Practice presentation|
|Abuse in the Church? Restorative Justice?||2012||2 Presentations at PCA Mercy Conference|
|Facing Ministry Challenges||2011||PPT Slides; Presentation to pastors|
|Healing Trauma in International Settings with Carol King||2011||PPT Slides: AACC World Conference Presentation|
|Ministering to Friends Struggling with Depression||2010||Mp3 audio; class at Westerly Road Church|
|God as Healer: A Closer Look at Biblical Images of Inner Healing||2009||Peer-reviewed article, published in JPT; link to purchase site|
|Sexual Dysfunctions||2009||PPT Slides; CCEF Annual Conference|
|Sex Therapy Survey||2009||Assessment tool; accompanies CCEF presentation|
|Engaging Biblical Texts in Trauma Therapy||2009||PPT Slides; AACC World Conference Presentation|
|Pastoral Sexual Abuse w/ Diane Langberg||2009||PPT Slides; AACC World Conference Pre-Conference Presentation|
|Pastoral Abuse Treatment Decision Tree||2009||Accompanies above presentation|
|Be Anxious for Nothing?||2009||PPT Slides; Macedonia Baptist Church seminar|
|What Seminary Didn’t Teach Me with Philip G. Ryken||2009||PPT Slides; Plenary address, Pastoral Health Conference|
|Sexual Addictions||2009||PPT Slides; Macedonia Baptist Church seminar|
|Abuse in the Church: A Collaborative Model for Clinicians and Church Leaders||2008||PPT Slides; Park Cities Presbyterian Church|
|Counseling Strategies for Addictions *FREE AUDIO (link to ccef.org)*||2008||PPT Slides and audio link; CCEF Annual Conference|
|Needs of Ministry Leaders||2008||Draft literature review|
|Guidelines for the Effective Use of the Bible in Counseling||2008||Published article, Edification, 2:2; link to PDF|
|Guidelines for the Effective Use of the Bible in Counseling||2007||Draft of above article|
|Repairing Broken Relationships||2007||Slides|
|Be Anxious For Nothing?||2007||Slides|
|Teaching the History of Christian-Psychology||2007||PPT Slides; CAPS conference|
|Distorted Sex: Providing Mercy to Sexual Strugglers||2007||PPT Slides; PCA Mercy Conf.|
|Restoration & Repentance: How God Restores Broken & Sinful People||2007||PPT Slides; PCA Mercy Conf.|
|Biblical counseling in the 21st Century: A review||2007||PPT Slides; NBCA conference|
|Working with Churches that are Dealing with An Abuser: A Model in Progress ( w/ Diane Langberg)||2007||PPT Slides; AACC World Conference presentation|
|Abusers and True Repentance||2006||PDF of article first appearing in Christian Counseling Today, 13:3|
|Theological Analysis of Theophostic Ministry Article||2003||Link to full text article in Trinity Journal|
12 responses to “Articles, Slides, Etc.”
I just want to know if you can recommend christian books to help support family members with mental illness and encourage them to get help? My mother in law is mentally ill and I need to know how to support her and the only son who has been a victim of abuse and ridicule as a child.
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Hi, I really appreciated your PPT slides for Be anxious for nothing? and was curious if there’s a mp3 that would go with it. Thanks
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I am teaching in a midwifery Conference for Midwives Alliance of North America next week and a few of your slides do a great job of simplifying responses to trauma survivors in a way that is attainable. May I use them with attributions and may I change any wording, when needed, to be more specific to health care providers that I am addressing? do you want attribution on each slide or in the Bibliography?
Maryl Smith CPM, LDM
Great! Give fair attribution in your eyes, and that will be fine. Would love to see how your slides just to learn about your context. Thanks for asking.
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Thank you for generously posting these wonderful resources. I have referred multiple people to your website to review your work. I am going to be making your journal article and PPT on applying Scripture in counseling required reading for people who come through our program. If there is anything I need to do other than refer them to this public website let me know so I can give proper credit. Thanks for your thoughtful articulation of a biblical-theological framework to apply the gospel through an appropriate use of Scripture. Blessings to you.
Thank you Daniel for asking and for the kind words. You need to do nothing else. Only if you wish to republish would you need permission. Blessings on your teaching.
I am reading all the articles and slides you posted here, but I have appreciated two of them that I have already finished reading:
1) Repairing broken relationship: These slides are very important in our life. In most of the countries, societies and particularly families there is broken relation. For example; The domestic and sexual violence are the factors justifying the broken relationships among wife, husband and children. Their relationship in most of the communities, such as in my country, need to be repaired. But in belief, as you said it, God restore this relationship! This will be possible when we love each other as God loves us.
2) Sex Therapy Assessment Questionnaire: This questionnaire is the wonderful contribution in solving the sexual problems. For example; there are some addicted people in sexual behaviors, there are prostitutes in many societies and some of people are doing sexuality in the ways God doesn’t want such the homosexuality (sexual orientation), masturbation, and other sexual behaviors. Really, these addicted people and other kind of addictions like drugs addicted need the counseling to promote their mental well being. This is because such of these addictions lead to sexual dysfunctions and have some other biopsychosociodynamic impacts on their health.
NB.: If you have some videos of these articles and PPT (such as sexuality therapy, Being anxious for nothing, and repairing broken relationship you may share them with us.
I thank you so much and wish you the blessings!
Hello, I am not sure how to contact you, so hopefully this will do. I am looking for a copy of your article “Conversations with Biblical Counseling” published in the “Journal of Counseling and Discipleship” 1:3 in 2008. If you know where I could find a copy of this article, I would really appreciate it.
Heather, I don’t have access to it. Sorry.