It's Time to Refer When . . .
by Robert Heiliger, PCC-S
Most clergy have had experience counseling someone in a crisis. But most do not have the time to provide longer term counseling and, unless properly trained and supervised, most do not have the skills. Here are some suggestions to help the pastor know when it's time to refer to a person trained and specializing in counseling.
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