It’s interesting to ponder the Psalms and how they view “depression.” It is such a rich view. Honestly, it makes a DSM-V view of depression seem quite flat and shallow by comparison.
For me, if I want to state publicly that I am a “biblical counselor,” then because parameters, definition, accountability, and collaboration matters, I want to be part of the larger “biblical counseling movement.”
Resources for Dr. Bob Kellemen’s biblical counseling Track 4 training sessions at the 2014 Faith Biblical Counseling Training Conference.
If you had 1,000 words, what would you say to someone thinking about going to a doctor to ask about medication for depression?
I’ve been reflecting on comments on the posts where David Murray & I interacted about Depression, Medication, & Biblical Counseling. Here are 2 main thoughts.
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