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Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Pastoral counseling list includes Moore's books

Marcus McKinney, director of Clinical Pastoral Training for St. Francis Care in Hartford, Connecticut offers a reference list of books for people involved with pastoral counseling. He includes books by Thomas Moore, James Hillman and Carl Jung.

Care of the Soul:
A Guide for Cultivating Depth and Sacredness in Everyday Life

Thomas Moore
1992 HarperPerennial

Dark Nights of the Soul:
A Guide to Finding Your Way Through Life’s Ordeals

Thomas Moore
2004 Gotham

The Kingdom Within:
The Inner Meaning of the Sayings of Jesus

John Sanford
1987 HarperSanFrancisco

The Invisible Partners:
How the Male and Female in Each of Us Affects Our Relationships

John Sanford
1980 Paulist Press

Healing Through the Dark Emotions:
The Wisdom of Grief, Fear, Dispair

Miriam Greenspan
2003 Shambhala

Insearch : Psychology and Religion
By James Hillman
1994 revised Spring

The Soul’s Code: In Search of Character and Calling
James Hillman
1997 Warner Books

The Force of Character and the Lasting Life
James Hillman
1999 Random House

A Terrible Love of War
James Hillman
2004 Penguin Press

The Rag and Bone Shop of the Heart
A Poetry Anthology
Robert Bly, Michael Meade, James Hillman editors
1992 HarperCollins

Modern Man in Search of a Soul
Carl Jung
1995 Harvest Books

Memories, Dreams and Reflections
Aniela Jaffe, editor
1989 Vintage

African American Pastoral Care
Edward Wimberly
1991 Abingdon Press

Persona : Where Sacred Meets Profane
Robert H. Hopke
1995 Shambhala

The Shadow in America : Reclaiming the Soul of a Nation
Jeremiah Abrams, editor
1994 Nataraj

Jewish Pastoral Care: A Practical Handbook
Rabbi Dayle A. Friedman
2001 Jewish Lights

Meeting the Shadow: The Hidden Power of the
Dark Side of Human Nature

Edited by Connie Zweig and Jeremiah Abrams
1991 Tarcher-Putnam

To recommend books, please e-mail Dr. McKinney:
mmckinne@stfranciscare.org

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