This powerful book deals with the issue of how Christians, especially those called to counsel, can help survivors of sexual abuse find healing and hope. From 20 years of experience, the author demonstrates how counselors can walk alongside people deeply wounded by sexual abuse as they face the truth about who they are, who their abuser was, and who God is as the Savior and Redeemer of all life. Counseling Survivors of Sexual Abuse issues a strong call to the church at large to walk with survivors through the long dark nights of their healing.
Diane Mandt Langberg, Ph.D., has been a licensed psychologist in private practice for nearly 25 years. She is a speaker at local and national conferences for clergy, women, couples, students, and professionals. Dr. Langberg writes the counselor column in Today's Christian Woman magazine. Her books include Feeling Good, Feeling Bad and Counsel for Pastor's Wives. Diane lives in Jenkintown, Pennsylvania, with her husband and two teenage sons.
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