Integrative Approaches to Psychology and Christianity
- Summary: Summarize the book in two pages. Be Concise but also be adequately complete in your ideas. Prove you comprehend the main ideas of the book. Do not summarize the topics but rather have a discussion of the core main ideas.Cite the book in-text at least once per paragraph and include page numbers for direct quotes.
2. Concrete responses: 1 page about a personal life episode that this book triggered in your memory. Relate the story in first person, describing action and quoting exact words you remember hearing or saying. in the teaching style of Jesus, this is your own parable, case study, or personal connection to the main ideas of the book. My comments need to be clearly tied to the main points of the book, no tangible ideas.
3. Reflection: 1 page Short critique or evaluation of the authors main ideas; include positive/negative/strengths and weaknesses. consider new questions that arose for you in response to what you have read and explore concerns, implications etc.
4. Action: 1 page about what am i going to do about it? Develop action steps based on the core points of the book. This must be a description of how the main ideas will affect your counseling. What professional changes will you implement and share with others? Be precise in summarizing your action steps and clearly connect your action steps to main points from the book.