By Jamie Aten, Kari O'Grady, Everett Worthington Jr.
Many therapists and counselors locate themselves suffering to attach the examine at the psychology of faith and spirituality to their medical perform. This publication will tackle this factor, delivering a worthwhile source for clinicians that would aid translate simple study findings into worthy medical perform concepts. The editors and bankruptcy authors, all proficient and revered scholar-clinicians, supply a realistic and practical knowing of the empirical literature at the psychology of faith and spirituality of, whereas while outlining scientific implications, checks, and techniques for counseling and psychotherapy. Chapters disguise such subject matters as spiritual and non secular id, its improvement, and its courting with one’s character; customer God photographs; spiritually transcendent studies; forgiveness and reconciliation; and faith and spirituality in and households. every one concludes with scientific program questions and proposals for extra studying. This publication is a must-read for all these wishing to floor their scientific paintings in an empirical knowing of the position that faith and spirituality performs within the lives in their clients.
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