Donna J. Habenicht

Donna J. Habenicht, Ed.D., is chairperson of the Department of Educational and Counseling Psychology, Andrews University, Berrien Springs, Michigan.

The most important thing you need to know about parenting

Read about four parenting styles with each one described by the quality and amount of support/control in the parent-child relationship

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The Counselor: Qualifications and Attitudes

PRESENT use of the word counselor generally involves a relationship between two people in which one of them is endeavoring to help the other to understand and find his way through adjustment problems. Dictionary definitions generally stress advice-giving and mental-exchange ideas. . .

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Myths and the ministerial family

What are the myths that surround the ministerial family? And how do they affect the spiritual growth of the pastor's kids?

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