24 counselor
24 Hour Counselor
Author: Richard Ross

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Highlights

  • Features 24 counseling sessions
  • Great for anyone who works with teenagers

Product Details

Compiled by Richard Ross, developer of the True Love Waits campaign, the The 24 Hour Counselor features role-playing counseling sessions on 24 relevant issues that teenagers face today. Each session is scripted by an experienced licensed counselor. The 24 topics include:

  • I No Longer Want To Live
  • I Was Raped on a Date
  • My Friend May Commit Suicide
  • I Feel Terribly Lonely
  • I Hate How I Look
  • I May Have an Eating Disorder
  • I Might Stop Drinking and Drugging
  • I Might Stop Smoking
  • I Might Join a Gang
  • I'm Afraid I May Have AIDS
  • I Can't Relate to My Stepparent
  • I Can't Relate to My Single Parent
  • I Get Depressed Often
  • I'm Thinking About Killing Some People
  • I'm Tempted to Go Too Far on a Date
  • I/My Girlfriend May Be Pregnant
  • I've Been Sexually Abused
  • Being Adopted Bothers Me
  • My Parents Drink Too Much
  • My Parents are Divorcing
  • Someone Close to Me Has Died
  • I Feel Really Guilty
  • I'm Failing at School
  • My Parents Don't Trust Me

About the Editor

Richard Ross earned his B.A., Hardin-Simmons University, 1972; M.R.E., SWBTS, 1974 and Ph.D., SWBTS, 1980. Ross is the spokesperson for the True Love Waits Campaign from 1993-Present. He was a Youth Ministry Consultant for LifeWay Christian Resources, Nashville, Tennessee from 1984-2000. Ross is the author/compiler of over 20 books on youth ministry and Co-author of 30 Days: Turning the Hearts of Parents and Teenagers Toward Each Other and Parenting with Kingdom Purpose. He is currently the Professor of Student Ministry, Assistant Dean, Division of Human Growth and Development, and J.M. Price Chair of Religious Education at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.