Carl Rogers convinced a generation of counselors to listen and reflect while insisting that teaching is taboo. Though Rogerianism failed and is now largely pass , many counselors still hesitate to teach their counselees.
Jay Adams shows not only that God obligates Christian counselors to teach, but how they may do so in ways that will help counselees both learn and "observe" those things that Christ "commanded" according to Matthew 28:20. He demonstrates clearly, using illustrations that will resonate with you, that effective biblical counseling requires teaching. This book, the only one of its kind, is must reading for every serious Biblical Counselor.