There is a generation of people who are struggling with issues that they feel they cannot bring into church with them on Sunday morning. Though they pray and worship faithfully they have scars that they need to heal from that they have never exposed to their fellow parishioners. The idea of traditional counseling may have been presented to them, but they believe that their faith in the unseen will cause a therapist to label them and be dismissive of their spiritual experiences. This is the generation stuck between the couch and the Cross. If we are going to effectively reach this generation and offer them the healing that they so desperately deserve, there must be a merger of the two worlds. This course is an attempt at that merger and seeks to provide some guidance on how to facilitate that healing process from wherever it originates. The information contained in this course is in no way meant to replace formal training or a relationship with an appropriately trained professional. Rather, it is intended to begin a conversation of healing and restoration that will help us to form the relationships needed to meet the generation that resides between the couch and the cross.