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The Basement Theory for Couples Conflict Resolution by Dolphy F. Cross

The Basement Theory for Couples Conflict Resolution

by Dolphy F. Cross

Pages: 132

Dimensions: 5 x 7

Category
  • FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS - Conflict Resolution
  • PSYCHOLOGY - Clinical Psychology
  • BODY, MIND & SPIRIT - Inspiration & Personal Growth

Type : Paperback

ISBN : 9781545650929

Price : $13.49



The Basement Theory is a conflict resolution diagnostic instrument designed specifically for couples in conflict. The instrument is capable of diagnosing the root cause of conflict between married couples without the couple verbalizing their conflict. It is also a great tool to diagnose and identify potential areas of conflict for couples planning to get married.  This book provides a practical and non-threatening guide to conflict resolution between couples. It is a must read for all pastors and counselors who are involved in couple’s counseling.


Dr. Dolphy Cross was born in St. Ann, Jamaica and is an ordained minister of the Gospel. He received his professional training at West Indies College, now Northern Caribbean University, Andrews University, Trinity Theological Seminary, University of Miami, and Argosy University. Dr. Cross is a family therapist, a psychotherapist, a conflict resolution specialist, and a clinical pastoral educator. He also specializes in pastoral counseling and has helped many pastors to keep their marriages together.
In May 1996 he became the first clergy person to receive the key to the city of Lauderhill in Florida for Community Development. He is the author of the Document on the Paradigm Shift in Evangelism and Church Growth. He successfully used the principles in this document in collaboration with the Holy Spirit to grow the pastoral district he serves in Fort Lauderdale from two congregations in 2016 to nine congregations in July 2018. 
Dr. Cross and his wife Beverly are both certified facilitators for Prepare Enrich and conduct family enrichment workshops and seminars nationally and internationally. He believes that humility is power therefore, we all can become powerful people if we remain humble. Phil. 4:13 is one of his favorite texts. 

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