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2006, Vol.6, No.

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    A Study on Ethical Attitude Education of Christian Counselors

    Oh, Yoon Sun | 2006, 6() | pp.7~34 | number of Cited : 2
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    The Purpose for this study was Ethical Attitude Education of Korean Christian Counselor’counseling performance and also contain the fundamental data for the establishment of academic identity on counseling ethic to prevent the absence of ethical education system in the university and Counselors education center. Despite of fact that ethics education is the great importance to counselors we have not yet any ethical codes or standards for Korean Christian Counselor. The explored unethical problems are 1)accept general psychology with out considering, 2) Privacy and confidentiality, 3) dual relationship and sexual intimacy, 4) the quality and responsibility of the professionals, etc. This study includes the educational contents of Korean counseling ethic was reviewed by comparing and analyzing every major ethical components of each organization to those of American Psychological Association (APA), Christian Association for Psychological Studies(CAPS) and Korean Counseling Psychological Association(KCPA), Korean Association of Pastoral Counselors(KAPC). we should make strengthen about a education of Counselors for let people do well about activity of counselor Ethically and let items of a Ethical Christian Counselors to apply well in the field of counselor. This study united curriculum of ethical counselors and we should held the way of a Education counsellor from a good mutual relation setting up in effect and a theory. To develop counseling as a profession Christian Counselors are to work on the ethical codes and standards which are a vehicle for a professions identity, self-discipline and maturity. In Conclusion, this study proved that ethical practice committee will be organized in Christian Counselors and the study continually for Christian Ethical counsellors education with effort for a counselor's improvement of measuring.
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    A Study on the Identity and Education of Christian Counselling

    Eun-kyoo Lee | 2006, 6() | pp.37~60 | number of Cited : 4
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    The main approach of this study is to compare the types of theories, elements and premises in Christian counselling and general counselling in order to point out the fundamental differences that make integration between these two groups impossible to achieve. Moreover, in an attempt to define the identity of Christian counselling, this paper examines the basic principles of Christian counselling and identifies idiosyncracies inherent to Christian counselling. The conclusion reached here is that the identity of Christian counselling, which is clearly built upon a Theological structure, is fundamentally different from that of general counselling. Finally, in order to develop the identity of Christian counselling, this study emphasizes the importance of education from a Christian point of view.
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    Self-Counseling as a Training Tool for Christian Counselor

    Kim, Soo Youn | 2006, 6() | pp.61~87 | number of Cited : 2
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    Self-counseling is proposed as an alternative to educational counseling. The theological presuppositions on the goal and the method of self-counseling are presented. Above all, the communicative aspect of counseling is emphasized in terms of ‘sequence of interaction’. Self-counseling is expected to be realized as a training tool by suggesting ‘counseling text grammar’and by instructing trainee to construct the transcript of self-counseling. The theological as well as psychological rationales for supervision are discussed by way of illustration of self-counseling transcripts.
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    Christian Counseling and Child Education for Emotional Development

    Kang, Kyung Mi | 2006, 6() | pp.91~119 | number of Cited : 2
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    According to modern educational perspectives, EQ is emphasized more than IQ. That is, emotional maturity is regarded more important than intellectuality. However, an educational crisis is that children spend their most time in playing with computers. They are deprived of ordinary contacts with their peers. Emotions are psychologically defined as reponses to what they experience when humans are emotionally disturbed. The negative responses, such as depression, anxiety, fear, or anger, sometimes cause acute mental or physical suffering and chronic illnesses. The educators who have been studying child emotional developments focus on two aspects: the emotional resilience and release. To nurture emotional resilience, the child educators group children according to their ages and offer different inputs and circumstances to let them exposed to diverse emotions. Although it seems better that children experience only positive emotions, children have to be exposed to negative emotions because children will experience both positive and negative emotions throughout their lives. In addition, the educators help children to learn how to respond to negative emotions. Since our body is affected by our emotions, the educators teach to children how to express their emotions and obtain emotional stability. The educators encourage children to understand differences between entities and situations and to find some good ways to freely express how they feel. Our emotions were given to us when God created us. God intended that human emotions served as an essential tool to express, communicate, and share with other people what they think and feel. Some desirable ways to develop human emotions are to nurture children's faith by helping them understand salvific love of Jesus Christ. It is important that children do not confide themselves extremely, depend on other people's emotions, or are not completely controlled by surroundings. They have to identify themselves within Biblical perspective in order to enjoy genuine sadness, joy, and freedom.
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    A Study on Counseling Major Curriculums of the Theological Schools in Korea

    Kim, Jun Soo | 2006, 6() | pp.120~142 | number of Cited : 2
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    There has been a lot of need for counseling ministry in recent years due to the fast changes in the Korean society. In the last 50 years, Korean society went through the rapid economic development and the break up of an extended family system. These changes made people to suffer from unstable psychological state. However the history of counseling education in Korea has not been long. Especially the counseling program, training Christian counselors in the graduate level, in the seminary has begun in the last 15 years. The purpose of this paper is researching graduate counseling program in the seminary or the Christian universities in Korea. Six seminaries from Korea and six seminaries from the U.S. were chosen to compare the counseling curriculums. Each school's counseling curriculums were analysed in order to upgrade the counseling program. Six schools from Korea are Kukje Seminary, Baksuk University, Sungkyul University, Asian Center for Theological Studies and Mission, ChongShin University, HanYoung Seminary. Six seminary from the U.S are Covenant Theological Seminary, Denver Seminary, Fuller Seminary, Reformed Theological School, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Westminster Theological Seminary.
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    A Study on the Counseling Methods of ‘Agape’(ajgaphv) Counseling and its educational elements

    Kim, Tae-Soo | 2006, 6() | pp.143~167 | number of Cited : 2
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    Today various theories in the field of psychology have been introduced: From Sigmund Freud's psychoanalysis to Carl Rogers’client-centered therapy. On the other hand, Jay E. Adams who was a Protestant counselor introduced a theory of ‘nouthetic’counseling which was based on the bible as a biblical counseling. While researching various theories of psychology and counseling, the writer needed to give a presentation of an evangelical theory that could give the life and the ‘agape’love of Jesus Christ to the client. In this reason, the writer tried to deal with the issue of ‘agape’counseling through this thesis. The writer got a hint from Jesus' examples of counseling in the bible and made a new title as a new paradigm of counseling among a lot of theories. In the body of this thesis, the writer dealt with the issue concerning not only the concept of ‘agape’counseling but also the biblical background of it. The issues concerning the purpose of ‘agape’counseling were dealt and five items about counseling methods were explained: Active listening, God's words, the art of ‘agape’love, the passionate teaching for enriching the client's life, and empathy. This ‘agape’counseling is the first theory that the writer presented as a new paradigm of Christian counseling, but not the final theory that the writer will present as a completed theory. Therefore, there is the task for the writer to fully formulate the theory of this ‘agape’counseling among the various theories of Christian counseling.
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    A Study on Sex Education as Christian Evangelical Approach

    ByunYoungIn | 2006, 6() | pp.168~199 | number of Cited : 2
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    This article was studied by the approach of christian Biblical view. Now a days, sexuality education's priority was change into the will of earthly thinking from the will of Bible. Constantly, sexuality's priority has stream only the second priority: only sexual pleasure feelings. The aim of the sexuality, it's philosophy of the sexuality and ethics was described. What is ultimate object of the sexuality, the reality and facts of the sexuality and it's misjudgment? Sexuality is the part of creative order in the Bible. Sexuality in human has the principle of vitality of life (the first priority is the vitality principles second it is the pleasure in the living) are discussed.
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    The study on the concept of personality and its application as God's image in the view of integration of theology and psychology

    SooMyungShim | 2006, 6() | pp.200~234 | number of Cited : 2
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    Generally, the aim of education is to cultivate one's personality at the most. As, however, technology had been grown along with material prosperity, traditional personality-based education have been turned into practical & scientific knowledge- based education. The changes in social structure and education have destroyed traditional value system, therefore resulted in success-centered life seeking after material prosperity and made confuse people with crisis of their value system. In current society, schools and institutions educate people based on the pursuit of success. Although a person seems successful socially and financially, but is very selfish and bad, we often eyewitness him/her involved with various corruption, absurdity, and iniquity and finally hurt his/her own life. In order to solve this kind of problem, educational institutions have recognized and re-examined personality education, diagnosed its symptom, discussed and searched for the ways to cure in different field. The previous personality studies have been almost related with one side of ethics education. In contrast, in this study, I investigate the concept of personality in the view of theology and psychology and psychological object in the personality education. Also I integrate both of them into true personality concept based on the biblical value and search for 3 elements which are masked personality, internal personality, and interpersonal personality, for establishing healthy personality concept. After considering for those elements, it would be focusing on the live practices or modeling within family and community and looking for the ways to apply into reality since personality education have little effect on only education itself and it has been better to practice in everyday circumstances. I expect to go on better research or study on the personality to be revised and enlarged further.
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    Interrelation between Christian Counseling and Teaching

    Ahn, Kyung Seung | 2006, 6() | pp.235~259 | number of Cited : 5
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    The purpose of this paper is to enrich the significance of teaching in Christian counseling both in its scope and depth by demonstrating that counseling and education can play crucial roles in helping counselee become a mature Christian. The purpose and principles of Christian counseling share the same biblical foundation with the ideal of Christian education. The main discussion of this paper consist of two section: First, we briefly review the change of counseling itself and its role in the changing society and derive the important feature of interrelation between counseling and education. In the second section, we show that Jesus as the healer is inseparably linked with Jesus as the teacher. The Bible places a premium on teaching and healing as the necessary ingredient to move people from disorder to order. Teaching is the therapeutic healing event in which insight becomes experience, impurity transforms into purity, and disorder changes into order. Jesus' character of the teacher plays an important role in his healing process. Therefore, it is expected that the Christian counselor serves as not merely a curer, but also as an teacher who gives advices and teachings. Because a role of proper teacher is to make counselee a mature disciple of Jesus, Christian counselor should have biblical norms to exert an effect upon a counselee.
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    Application and Understanding of Short-term Counseling in Christian Counseling

    JOSEPH JEON | 2006, 6() | pp.284~310 | number of Cited : 0
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    This research is to clarify application and understanding of short-term counseling in Christian counseling. According to the American Journal of Psychiatry, 1-2% of counselees require long-term counseling. Also, in the Handbook of Psychotherapy and Behavior Change, “we are unable to find the merits of longterm counseling.”The trend of modern counseling is short-term counseling. Short-term counseling has many other names‘: brief counseling’‘time-limited counseling’and ‘strategic counseling.’All of these, however, are similar. Most all counselors understand the meaning of ‘short-term’to be 5-8 sessions. The decisive merit of short-term counseling is to save time. This is proper for Christian counseling and crisis counseling. In short-term counseling, a counselor’s role is important. This is not client-centered counseling but counselororiented counseling. Actually, short-term counseling began as secular counseling not Christian counseling. Accordingly, Christian counseling ought to apply this technique biblically, and theologically. This research is not focus on the technique of short-term counseling but the application through understanding the notion of short-term counseling.