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Coronavirus Attacks Both Budgets, Bodies: Helping Couples Face the Fear of Financial Fallout

Coronavirus Attacks Both Budgets, Bodies: Helping Couples Face the Fear of Financial Fallout by Shaunti Feldhahn As the coronavirus spreads across America, it is closely followed by economic fallout[1]. Symptoms of Covid19 include stock markets in freefall, plummeting tourism revenues, and talk of rolling recession[2]. Fear of financial fallout is top of mind for millions […]

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By AACC, 2 years ago
WEEKLY DEVOTIONALS

Staying Connected During COVID-19

Staying Connected During COVID-19 by Dr. Gregory Jantz According to the NY Times, on Monday, March 30th, “at least 229 million people in at least 26 states, 66 counties, 14 cities and one territory are being urged to stay home.”[i]  COVID-19 is forcing us to move indoors, shrink our world, limit our face-to-face contacts, and […]

By AACC, 2 years ago
WEEKLY DEVOTIONALS

Coronavirus (COVID-19) and End-Time Lessons

Coronavirus (COVID-19) and End-Time Lessons _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ by Timothy R. Jennings, M.D. Over the past several weeks, as the COVID-19 pandemic has swept the world, I have received multiple inquiries regarding how this crisis relates to the end-time events of Revelation. The Bible says that the “gospel of the kingdom will be preached in the whole world […]

By AACC, 2 years ago
PRACTICE POINT

Losing Touch: The Rising Cost of Social Distancing 

Losing Touch: The Rising Cost of Social Distancing   by W. Jesse Gill, Psy.D. March 12th, 2020, I met with a good friend at our local Starbucks (back when you could still sit down to drink your coffee at Starbucks). As I leaned forward to hug my friend, I saw the look of fear in […]

By AACC, 2 years ago
AACC BLOG

Metaphors in Christian Counseling: Helping Clients Succeed

Metaphors in Christian Counseling: Helping Clients Succeed Counseling work is accomplished through conversations, so much so that many people refer to it as “Talk Therapy.” As clients talk, you may notice that they use similes, metaphors, and analogies when they are trying to convey their perceptions about their situation and make sense of reality. Perhaps […]

By AACC, 2 years ago
MEMBER NEWS

COVID-19

Counsel Alert COVID-19 Over the past few days, COVID-19 has dominated the news cycle. The World Health Organization has labeled the coronavirus a pandemic. We wanted to provide some helpful tips for you, your church, ministry, and practice. Share the Facts. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has created helpful resources on COVID-19. We encourage […]

By AACC, 2 years ago
AACC BLOG

Hold on Tight! The Neurochemistry of Infatuation and Lifelong Love

Hold on Tight! The Neurochemistry of Infatuation and Lifelong Love by W. Jesse Gill, Psy.D. Do you remember your early days of falling in love with your spouse? With a flushed face, beating heart, and a mind that could not stop thinking of your beloved, you were drawn to him or her. You may have felt […]

By AACC, 2 years ago
AACC BLOG

Disconnect to Connect: Couples and Social Media Use

Disconnect to Connect: Couples and Social Media Use by Elias Moitinho, PhD, LPC-S, LPC, LMFT & Denise Moitinho, PhD You may have clients who complain about their spouse’s excessive use of technology and social media and how it interferes negatively with their marital relationship. We know that married couples enter counseling for a variety of reasons, and […]

By AACC, 2 years ago
AACC BLOG

Giving Up Control

Giving Up Control by Barry Ham The prophet Isaiah proclaims to God that “we are the clay, You are the potter; we are all the work of Your hand” (Isa. 64:8). I envision myself on a potter’s wheel with God trying to shape me into something magnificent. However, because I can’t see what He is […]

By DJONES, 2 years ago
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Internationally Acclaimed Speaker Rick Amato Named Ambassador to the Church for Mental Health and Addiction

Internationally Acclaimed Speaker Rick Amato Named Ambassador to the Church for Mental Health and Addiction FOREST, VA – The American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC) is pleased to announce the addition of internationally acclaimed speaker, Rick Amato, as the Ambassador to the Church for Mental Health and Addiction. Amato founded Rick Amato Ministries, leading him […]

By AACC, 3 years ago