Handbook of Psychotherapy and Religious Diversity
By: Edited by P. Scott Richards and Allen E. Bergin
Publication Date: 2014-05-19
Number of pages: 528
The growing awareness that religion and spirituality are important aspects of human diversity has encouraged many psychotherapists to seek deeper understanding of the spiritual orientations of their clients. The guiding purpose of the second edition of this well-received book is to help students and practicing psychotherapists more fully honor and utilize the religious beliefs and spiritual resources of their clients. Each chapter offers therapeutic suggestions and guidelines, along with helpful examples, for psychotherapists to work sensitively with the religious and spiritual beliefs of their clients.
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