Richard Winter

Richard Winter is leader of the European Professional Counsellors Network. He is Professor Emeritus of Practical Theology and Counselling at Covenant Theological Seminary in St Louis, USA. He is also a psychotherapist and counsellor who was trained in medicine and psychiatry in England before being on the staff and a director of the English branch of the L’Abri Fellowship for 14 years. He is the author of books on boredom, depression, perfectionism, and reproductive technologies. He is married, with four children and eight grandchildren.
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How can traumatic experience change our brains?
Richard Winter Counseling and PsychologyIndividual 00:00:00 330 20 May 2017
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What is the difference between grief and depression?
Richard Winter Counseling and PsychologyIndividual 00:00:00 367 20 May 2017
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Why do depressed people experience extreme mood swings?
Richard Winter Counseling and PsychologyIndividual 00:00:00 408 20 May 2017
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What symptoms does someone suffering from clinical depression exhibit?
Richard Winter Counseling and PsychologyIndividual 00:00:00 468 20 May 2017
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Enhancing the Beauty and Engaging with the Brokenness of Sex within Marriage
Richard Winter Counseling and PsychologyMarital 00:00:00 594 20 May 2017
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Whatever Became of Sex? Living by the Maker’s Instructions
Richard Winter Counseling and PsychologySexuality 00:00:00 2,436 20 May 2017
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How does a doctor determine the best treatment for a depressed individual?
Richard Winter Counseling and PsychologyIndividual 00:00:00 302 20 May 2017
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How do changes in brain structure and chemistry cause depression?
Richard Winter Counseling and PsychologyIndividual 00:00:00 283 20 May 2017
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How is our view of the world affected by our life experiences?
Richard Winter Counseling and PsychologyIndividual 00:00:00 286 20 May 2017
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What can we learn from biblical characters who experienced depression?
Richard Winter Counseling and PsychologyIndividual 00:00:00 335 20 May 2017

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