Religion-Based Clinical and Counseling Psychology Social Sciences
Article by clinical psychologist Robert N. Sollond arguing that empirically validated, spiritually oriented integrative psychotherapeutic forms could emerge within a contemporary, Western framework.
Top: Science: Social Sciences: Psychology: Clinical and Counseling: Religion-Based
- Top/Society/Religion and Spirituality/Religious Studies/New Religious Movements
- Top/Science/Social Sciences/Psychology/Psychology and Religion
- Ethical Issues in Working With Religious Clients - Article by Dan Carpenter summarizing some of the psychology dangers inherent in working with spirituality in psychotherapy, psychology while at the same time challenging Gestalt therapists psychology to take advantage of religious issues in therapy.
- The Forgotten Factor - Table of contents and Module 1 of a psychology National Institute for Healthcare Research teaching module looking psychology at the relevance of religious commitment to mental psychology health.
- Integrating Spiritual Healing Approaches and Techniques into Psychotherapy - Article by clinical psychologist Robert N. Sollond arguing psychology that empirically validated, spiritually oriented integrative psychotherapeutic forms psychology could emerge within a contemporary, Western framework.
- Creating a Theoretical Space for Spiritual Interventions - Whoolery, Slife, and Mitchell (2002). Full text of psychology a paper psychology presented at the Annual Conference of psychology the American Association of psychology the Behavioral and Social psychology Sciences in Las Vegas, February 2002.
- Psychotherapeutic Work with Ex-Cult/Cult Members - Describes three possible steps of working with cult-members clinical and counseling psychology and ex-cult-members.
MySQL - Cache Direct