Articles by Felicity Kelcourse

Chapters

Kelcourse, F. (2011). Human development and faith, pastoral theology and pastoral care. In Isabelle Noth, Christoph Morgenthaler, and Kathleen J. Greider, (Eds.), Pastoral Psychology and Psychology of Religion in Dialogue. Stuttgart: Kohlhammer.

Kelcourse, F. (2010). Intersubjective and theological contexts of pastoral counseling supervision: Self, psyche and soul. In W. R. DeLong (Ed.), Courageous conversations: The teaching and learning of pastoral supervision. Lanham, MD: University Press of America.

Kelcourse, F. (2003). Rape and redemption. In J. McAvoy (Ed.), Kitchen talk: Sharing our stories of faith. pp. 60–71. St. Louis: Chalice Press.

Kelcourse, F. (2001a). Discernment: the Soul's Eye View. In B. Ratliff (Ed.) Out of the Silence: Quaker Perspectives on Pastoral Care and Counseling. Wallingford, PA: Pendle Hill Publications.




Articles

Kelcourse, F. (2013). Supervision as soul care: A spirituality of integrity." Reflective Practice: Formation and Supervision in Ministry, vol. 13.

Kelcourse, F. (2008). A phenomenology of self, psyche, and soul: what can we learn from a name? The Global Spiral. Metanexus Institute.

Kelcourse, F. (2002a). Pastoral Counseling in the Life of the Church. Encounter 63:1-2: 137-146.

Kelcourse, F. (2002b). Sin, Salvation and the City. The Living Pulpit, 4-6. New York, NY

Kelcourse, F. (2001b). Prayer and the Soul: Dialogues that Heal. Journal of Religion and Health, Vol. 40, No 1, pp.231-241.

Kelcourse, F. (2000a). The Development of Discernment in Psychotherapy and Quaker Worship. Journal of The American Academy of Psychoanalysis, 28.1:83-100.

Kelcourse, F. (2000b). Prayer and the Soul: Dialogues that Heal. Chaplaincy Today 16.1:15-22.

Kelcourse, F. (2000c). Wise as Serpents...Or, What I Needed to Learn in Seminary but Was Too Naive to Ask. Encounter 61.4: 449-464.

Kelcourse, F. (1998). Discerning the Way to Peace. The Living Pulpit, 10. pp 36-37.

Kelcourse, F. (1992). The Language of Living Water: Worship in Spirit and in Truth. Keynote address from Faith in Action: Encounters with Friends, the Fifth World Gathering of Friends, 1991.