Psychological Associates to Discuss Family Counseling

April 24, 1996

The Baylor University Department of Religion and George W. Truett Theological Seminary will sponsor a Continuing Education for Church and Denominational Workers Conference from 9-11:30 a.m. Tuesday, April 30, in Room 103 of the First Baptist Church in Waco.

The subject of the conference is "Counseling: How to Help ... When to Refer ..." The conference is the second part of a series that began earlier this month, said Dr. Jeter Basden, associate professor of religion at Baylor.

"Part one of the series was extremely well-received by the conference attendees," Basden said. "In response to their requests for a continued discussion, we have asked the speakers to conduct a second conference. We are delighted to offer this second session as a help to ministers as they seek to provide counseling ministries to their congregations."

The speakers for the conference are Drs. Donald Corley and Thomas Harris, both with Waco Psychological Associates. They will discuss counseling strategies for helping families with parent-child problems and marriage related problems.

Corley, a native of Waco and Baylor graduate, is a founding partner of Waco Psychological services and has served as a consultant for several psychological services within the Waco community. Harris, also a Baylor graduate, has served on the boards of the Freeman Center and the H.O.T. Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse.

For more information, contact Basden at 755-3739.

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