Speaker: Dr, John Goldingay
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of the 2013 Integration Symposium on Faith and Psychology
Wednesday, Feb 13, 10am - 12pm Travis Auditorium
Many Evangelical patients report having come to Christ by being “witnessed to.” Witness was the starting point. It is the starting point of psychotherapy as well. The psychotherapist’s first task is to witness the Evangelical patient’s untold or dismissed narrative of pain, and bear witness to the transformation that a wounded healer embodies. Attendees will be able to describe the psychological liabilities of a truncated understanding of witnessing, to theoretically link the clinical practice of witnessing to the concept of mutual recognition, and to apply the practice of witnessing into psychotherapeutic work with struggling Evangelical Christians.
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