Pastoral Counselling Explained

Pastoral Counselling involves the recognition, as psychotherapists, that people are spiritual beings and are aware of this dimension in their lives. Psychotherapists that integrate this approach as part of their training, acknowledge the spiritual nature of every person whether they are religious, spiritual, agnostic or atheist.
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What is Pastoral Counselling?

Pastoral Counselling involves the recognition, as psychotherapists, that people are spiritual beings and are aware of this dimension in their lives. Psychotherapists that integrate this approach as part of their training, acknowledge the spiritual nature of every person whether they are religious, spiritual, agnostic or atheist.

Where can I find a qualified Registered Psychotherapist?

Psychotherapists can be found in many work settings. They work in private practice, in social service and development agencies, hospitals, the military, religious institutions, schools, employee assistance programs in government and the private sector, human resource departments, universities/colleges, NGO’s consulting firms, and associations. Their training has a broad scope of applicability across many domains dealing with people, relationships and their context.

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