A Note from the BCC Staff: Today’s post is from Brad Hambrick’s personal ministry site and is reproduced here with Brad’s permission. Brad has graciously made available to the BCC and to you sixteen biblical counseling evaluation resources on marriage, depression, and anxiety. You can also find these resources at Brad’s site here.
To Bless Others…
One of the blessings of serving at a church (The Summit Church in Durham, North Carolina) that allows me to focus my attention on developing a robust counseling ministry is the opportunity to create resources that can be duplicated in our church plants and churches across the country/world. This year we were able to develop 16 online evaluations to supplement our various seminar curriculum.
This evaluation seeks to help you assess the presence and severity of the following types of depression-anxiety.
- Generalized Anxiety
- Situational Depression
- Major Depressive Episodes
- Seasonal Affective Struggles
- Specific Phobias
- Social Anxiety
- Panic Attacks
- Post-Traumatic Stress
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
- Religious Scrupulosity
- Suicidal Consideration
This evaluation is designed to supplement the seminars “Overcoming Depression-Anxiety: A Suffering Paradigm” and “Overcoming Depression-Anxiety: A Responsibility Paradigm.”
Evaluations for Creating a Gospel-Centered Marriage
Below you will find links to the 15 evaluations from the “Creating a Gospel-Centered Marriage” seminar series. The header for each seminar is a link to the video presentations. Beneath each title you will find the self-scoring, on-line evaluations for each of the three subjects covered within that presentation.
If you are interested in the pre-marital mentoring program built around these materials, you can find everything you need at www.bradhambrick.com/gcm.