Religion and the Clinical Practice
This volume by acknowledged practitioners, researchers, and theoreticians in the field of religion/clinical psychology is dedicated to a number of propositions. Religion plays a significant role in the lives of the majority of Americans and, therefore, should be taken into...
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This volume by acknowledged practitioners, researchers, and theoreticians in the field of religion/clinical psychology is dedicated to a number of propositions. Religion plays a significant role in the lives of the majority of Americans and, therefore, should be taken into account in the provision of psychological consultation and treatment. Religious beliefs, affiliations and practices contribute to the mental health status of individuals and influence the therepeutic context.
Not a study of the psychology of religion, but an investigation into religion as a variable in treatment of mental disorders and in the clinical process. Issues are discussed with respect to the life of the individual and, secondarily, to the culture at large. Contributions are in sections on the conceptual, cultural, and historical context of religion and psychology; religion, mental health, and clinical practice; and psychotherapy with religiously committed people. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
This book presents a comprehensive treatment of religion as a variable in mental health and psychological treatment. A collection of esays from the foremost authorities in the field, it examines the ways in which religion may be addressed in clinical practice and offers a thorough appreciation of the history of the antagonism and overlap between the two perspectives and of the psychological theory and empirical research that has been engendered from Freud to the present.
- Religion In America - The Demographies Of Belief And Affiliation
- The Psychology Of Religion - An Overview
- Historical Perspective - Religion And Clinical Psychology In America
- A Constructive Relationship For Religion With The Science And Profession
- Of Psychology
- The Religious And Spiritual Orientations Of Psychologists
- Pluralism And Oneness In Religious Experience - William James, Faith
- Development Theory, And Clinical Practice
- Religion, Mental Health, Pro-social Behaviours
- Religious Methods Of Coping - Resources For The Conservation And
- Transformation Of Significance
- The Pathology Of Beliefs And The Beliefs Of Pathology
- Cults And Charismatic Group Psychology
- Values In Psychotherapy
- Considering The Religious Dimensions In Assessment And Treatment
- Religion In Clinical Practice - Implicit And Explicit Integration
- Cognitive/behavioural Treatment And The Religious Person
- Psychoanalytic Treatment And The Religious Person
- Analytical Therapy And The Religious Person
- Transpersonal Therapy And The Religious Person
- Family Therapy And Religious Persons
- The Twelve Step Program
- And Religion And And The Clinical Practice Of Psychology - A Case For