Christian Counsellors have been professionally trained and qualified to L4 Ofqual standards and above and have a Christian worldview. They use different methodologies or models for their counselling depending on their training.
Christian Counsellors seek to help people of all faiths or none, towards constructive change and growth in any or every aspect of their lives, through a caring relationship and within agreed relational boundaries. They do not make any assumptions or have any requirements about their client’s beliefs and values, and they will not press their faith onto them.
The Churchill Framework sets out the competencies and guiding principles for counsellors working with issues of faith and spirituality in counselling.
To understand more about the how the framework was put together please see here.