Why Women Counselors Should Study Theology

Caroline Newheiser

Caroline Newheiser

This past week I have been privileged to sit in a Systematic Theology class taught by Kevin de Young at Reformed Theological Seminary in Charlotte, North Carolina. I am a counseling student learning theology. The class read 685 pages of Francis Turretin’s Institutes of Elenctic Theology, published in 1679. Is the study of God an important part of the counseling curriculum? Should women even study theology? Why should anyone read systematic theology books written long ago? Shouldn’t we just love Jesus? Continue reading

15:14 Ep. 031 – Rachael Rosser

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The BCC

Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is a difficult subject to discuss, let alone counsel. In this episode of 15:14, Curtis had the chance to interview Rachael Rosser on the topic of counseling those who wrestle with Complex PTSD. Rachael is a Groups Minister at the Village Church in Plano, TX, as well as a LPC Supervisor with North Texas Christian Counseling. Rachael’s experience in cross-cultural counseling, as well as working with women who have come out of long-term abuse or human trafficking, gives her unique insight into counseling this difficult issue. Continue reading

15:14 Ep. 012 – Dr. and Mrs. Jones

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The BCC

Should all couples counsel together? Should you ever counsel with someone of the opposite gender who isn’t your spouse? Should you bring a woman co-counselor with you to counsel a man who is getting marriage counseling? These are a few questions tackled by Dr. and Mrs. Jones as they discuss the challenges and benefits of counseling together as a couple. Continue reading

15:14 Ep. 005 – Julie Ganschow

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The BCC

Julie Ganschow, founder and Director of Reigning Grace Counseling Center and Biblical Counseling for Women, shares about women in biblical counseling and offers insights into handling emotional abuse in counseling. Continue reading