Counseling Women: Evidence-Based Treatment with Faith Integration

Author(s): Patricia A. Hinkley, APRIL R. CRABLE, JAMA L. DAVIS, Anita M. Knight Kuhnley

Edition: 1

Copyright: 2021


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Counseling Women: Evidence-Based Treatment with Faith Integration offers a practical tool for Christian professional counseling students. This text provides updated research on the most common issues in which women often seek counseling assistance. Treatment options are provided along with sample case studies to help students apply the integration of science and faith.

About the Editors

About the Authors

CHAPTER 1 Cultural Issues Facing Women in Today’s Society

CHAPTER 2 Multicultural Considerations When Counseling Women

CHAPTER 3 Counseling Active Duty Women

CHAPTER 4 Mental Health and the Female Brain

CHAPTER 5 Developmental Considerations in Counseling Women

CHAPTER 6 Self-Identity Issues Facing Women

CHAPTER 7 The Marriage Relationship

CHAPTER 8 Coping with Divorce

CHAPTER 9 Counseling Women through Motherhood

CHAPTER 10 Counseling Women and Caregivers

CHAPTER 11 Counseling Women Facing Chronic Illness

CHAPTER 12 Counseling Women Facing Grief and Loss

CHAPTER 13 Counseling Women with Anxiety Disorders

Patricia A. Hinkley

Patti Hinkley, Ed.D. is a professor for the CACREP accredited Clinical Mental Health Counseling program at Liberty University. In addition, for the past 40 years, she has been actively involved in various administrative roles for Liberty including Executive Director of LU’s Distance Program, Associate Dean, and Department Chair. Dr. Hinkley is also a Licensed Professional Counselor, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, and a Nationally Certified Counselor. She practiced as a professional counselor for 19 years with Light Counseling Associates in Lynchburg, Virginia.


April R. Crable specializes in teletherapy, crisis and trauma counseling, substance abuse, ethics, and sex offender treatment. She has been a distance educator for 10 years. Dr. Crable has worked in the mental health field for over a decade providing services to various populations. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the states of Arizona, Florida, Virginia, and Texas. Additionally, she is both a Certified Substance Abuse Counselor and Sex Offender Treatment Provider in the state of Virginia. Her research and teaching interests include experiential learning, ethics, crisis and trauma, and distance counseling and supervision. Dr. Crable publishes and presents locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally.


Jama Davis, PhD, LMHC (IN), LPC (NC), NCCis an Associate Professor in the CACREP accredited Clinical Mental Health Counseling program at Liberty University. Her work in the counseling profession as a counselor, supervisor and professor spans over 30 years, leading her to counsel and teach internationally. She regularly presents at conferences and has published for professional associations.

Anita M. Knight Kuhnley

Anita Knight Kuhnley, Ph.D. is Associate Professor of Counseling and a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the Department of Counselor Education and Family Studies at Liberty University, she teaches in the CACREP accredited clinical mental health counseling program. Kuhnley earned her doctorate in Counselor Education and Supervision from Regent University and her M.A. in Community Counseling from Regent University. Kuhnley is also a certified as a highly reliable coder of the Adult Attachment Interview (AAI) through Mary Main and Eric Hesse’s UC Berkeley AAI coder certification program. Kuhnley is also the author of several books including Redeeming Attachment. For more information see her website at: Her forthcoming trade book releases in September of 2020 and is entitled, “The Mister Rogers Effect: Seven secrets to bringing out the best in yourself and others from America’s beloved neighbor.”

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