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A person’s experience is more than just ideas and memories, though they are certainly important. A door opener is a non coercive invitation to talk. These are certainly not inadequacies in God, or in God�s Word, but they are inadequacies in a human attempt to understand and apply God�s revelation to human experience. My approach is integrative and informed by Existential, Jungian, and Psychodynamic psychology. The costs to industry and commerce each year associated with employees’ poor psychological health are enormous.

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Publisher: Karnac Books (December 14, 2009)

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