Resources relevant to faith-based counseling

Reading Resources to improve emotional and spiritual health

The following are helpful resources that will compliment the personal changes and other areas of concern in your life.

  • Your Money or Your Life by Joe Dominguez and Vicki Robin
  • The Weigh Down Workshop by Gwen Shamblin
  • resourcesLove & Respect by Emerson Eggerichs
  • Boundaries in Marriage by Henry Cloud and JohnTownsend
  • The Overload Syndrome by Richard Swenson
  • Free to be Thin by Neva Coyle and Marie Chapian
  • American Mania by Peter C. Whybrow
  • Tired of Trying to Measure Up by Jeff VanVonderen
  • Healing Life’s Hurts by Edward M. Smith
  • Prayer Can Change Your Life by Williams R. Parker and Elaine St. Johns
  • Deadly Emotions by Dan Colbert, M.D.
  • Your Body His Temple, Reaching a Balanced Christian View of Diet & Physical Fitness by A.L Heller
  • The Soul of Recovery, Uncovering the Spiritual Dimensions in the Treatment of Addictions by Christopher D. Ringwald
  • When Therapy Isn’t Enough by Sam Menahem
  • Emotionally Healthly Spirituality by Peter Scazzero
  • The 12 Steps for Christians Addictions-A Banquet in the Grave by Edward T. Welch
  • Slaying the Dragon, The History of Addiction Treatment and Recovery In America by William L. White
  • The Cult of Speed by Carl Honore
  • Scientific and Pastoral Perspectives on Intercessory Prayer by Larry VandeCreek
  • The Celebration of Discipline by Richard Foster
  • The Highly Sensitive Person by Elaine N. Aron
  • Get You Loved One Sober by Robert J. Meyers and Brenda L. Wolfe
  • The Overspent American by Juliet B. Schor
  • Downshifting by John D. Drake
  • The Rules of Engagement by Cindy Trimm
  • The Makers Diet by Jordan S. Rubin

Self-assessment tools:

  • Spiritual Gifts Inventory by Peter Wagner
  • S.H.A.P.E.