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Christian-valued Parenting vs. Science-based Parenting: A Discussion on Differences and Integration

Parenting is so much more than what parents do but a belief about the role of parents. There are so many self-help books on the “best thing for your kids” so what do you believe? I want to break down the basic philosophies behind Science-based parenting and Christian-valued parenting which both have very valuable insights to consider. The desire to be great parents is very honorable and that endeavor is definitely worth the investment!

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What is the difference between psychotherapy, counseling, and coaching?

Sometimes it is confusing to know why someone would use the term counseling in one case but then psychotherapy in another. Is there a difference? Why understanding and using the correct term matters.

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