From the Contemporary Christian Counseling series comes this guide to helping women in your counseling ministry. Dr. M. Gay Hubbard explores some of the findings and present debate in psychology of women to help women and their counselors think more clearly about women as women, the challenges they face, and the options that frame their choices.
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M. Gay Hubbard, Ph. D, University of Pittsburgh, is in private counseling practice with Christian Counseling Associates, Osborne, Kansas. Her interests include the study of women's developmental life cycle, women's developmental life cycle, women's needs and responses in the counseling process, and the integration of psychology and theology into a biblically based model for counseling theory and relationships. Dr. Hubbard, at present, is working with women in the counseling process. She is also writing materials to encourage women in self-understanding, and to assist counselors pastors in working more effectively to meet women's needs. She is teaching as guest lecturer, Women's Studies, in the Doctor of Ministry in Effective Ministries to Women, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.
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