VOLUME 3, 2011
The E-Journal of the American Association of Pastoral Counselors
Editor: Ryan LaMothe, Ph.D.
A Founding Editor: James Hyde
Kathleen Greider, Ph.D.; Horace Griffin, Ph.D.; Jaco Hamman, Ph.D.
Bill Harkins, Ph.D; William Schmidt, Ph.D.; Elizabeth Walker, Th.D.;
Bruce Vaughn, Ph.D.
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VOLUME 3, 2011
In this issue prominent educators address Korean American topics and issues in pastoral counseling.
A NOTE FROM THE EDITOR
by Ryan LaMothe, Ph.D.
PASTORAL COUNSELING IN KOREAN AND KOREAN AMERICAN CONTEXTS
by GUEST EDITOR K. Samuel Lee, Ph.D.
KOREAN AMERICAN CHURCHES AS POSITIVE SELF-OBJECTS FOR YOUTHS AND YOUNG ADULTS
by Angella Son, Ph.D
A DOG WITH WINGS
by Jin Sook Kwon
COME AND EAT
by Sophia Park
HISTORY AND FUTURE OF KOREAN PASTORAL COUNSELING
by Young Gweon You, Ph.D.
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