Good News for the Broken Self

The Priority of the Hopeful Healing Journey

by Joseph S. Arnold LPCC BCC


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Softcover
$17.95
Hardcover
$33.95
E-Book
$3.99
Softcover
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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 10/4/2019

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 230
ISBN : 9781973674733
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 230
ISBN : 9781973674740
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 230
ISBN : 9781973674757

About the Book

We are all traveling on a journey through this life. It seems that at times, we will face some difficult situations and circumstances that leave us wounded and sometimes disillusioned. We tell ourselves we just need to get over it and get on with life, but in all honesty, how well are we really doing this?

Joe shares his own story of how normal aspects of temperament play a role in how we experience these wounds, along with how he has experienced substantial healing from various aspects of his own brokenness. He both ponders and presents his belief that the healing of our brokenness has been minimized and overlooked by large segments of the contemporary church. A thread of his own experience of grace is interwoven throughout the book. He presents some “whole person” ideas of how we can all move toward a path of greater healing and a truer version of ourselves. Joe invites you on a journey with him to more fully explore this possibility. Here’s an opportunity to walk through a door of hope to see if a deeper level of healing is available to you and those you care for.


About the Author

Joseph is a former competitive athlete (high school and college), coach (high school and college) now Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) and Board Certified (Life) Coach (BCC) with 27 years of experience in the counseling and mental wellness field. Joseph holds degrees from the University of Kentucky, Cumberland College (now the University of the Cumberlands), Georgia State University and completed graduate studies at the Psychological Studies Institute (now Richmont Graduate University). He has been honored previously by Outstanding Young Men in America and included among Who’s Who Among America’s Universities and Colleges. Joseph enjoys experiencing the wonder of nature, spending time with family and friends, interspersed with times of solitude and silence. He is currently the owner and director North Springs Counseling in Louisville, KY. Joseph resides with his wife Susan just outside of Louisville, KY. A part of his “15 minutes of fame” was being a member of the 1976 SEC Champion and Peach Bowl Champion Kentucky Wildcats Football Team, and he remains an avid fan and supporter of University of Kentucky athletics.