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Person Counseling is
true counseling that is treatment for the whole person (spirit,
& body). Basil Frasure, Ph.D., does individual,
counseling. Whole Person Counseling is often effective even
other types of counseling have failed. Basil Frasure counsels
the areas of social relations, mental and emotional health,
health, spiritual life, and financial freedom.
more specific areas of counseling
addictive and compulsive behaviors, (3) attention
fears, anxieties and phobias,
(4) personality disorders,
moral failures, (6) abuse cases,
(7) generational curses,
(9) social conflicts,
(10) various physical
ailments, (11) emotional hurts, (12)
areas of specialty are:(1)
establishing identity, (2) tearing down spiritual
spiritual deliverance, (4) the healing of emotional
breaking generational curses, (6) walking in
grace, (7) bringing
peace of mind, (8) entering spiritual warfare, (9)
in wisdom, and (10) training others to minister.
(1) The effectiveness is based upon the truth found in
the Person who stands behind that truth, God. (2)
is based upon the fact that Basil Frasure, Ph.D. is not only a
but that he does counseling from a Christian perspective. He is a
Counselor that does Christian Counseling. (3)
is also based upon the anointing of the Holy Spirit. The
breaks the yoke. Also see: Effective
Counseling operates under
the authority of a nonprofit Christians organization and is
supported by private
donations. If you
receive benefit from this site and would like
more information on making
donations by mail
or online go to
To Whole Person Counseling.
webmaster = Basil
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