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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Len Sperry; Edward P Shafranske
|Description:||ix, 368 p. : ill. ; 27 cm.|
|Contents:||Addressing the spiritual dimension in psychotherapy : introduction and overview / Edward P. Shafranske and Len Sperry --
Psychoanalytic considerations about spiritually oriented psychotherapy / Ana-María Rizzuto --
Contemporary Jungian approaches to spiritually oriented psychotherapy / Lionel Corbett and Murray Stein --
Spiritually oriented cognitive-behavioral therapy / Siang-Yang Tan and W. Brad Johnson --
A psychoanalytic approach to spiritually oriented psychotherapy / Edward P. Shafranske --
A humanistic approach to spiritually oriented psychotherapy / David N. Elkins --
Interpersonal psychotherapy from a spiritual perspective / Lisa Miller --
A transpersonal-integrative approach to spiritually oriented psychotherapy / David Lukoff and Francis Lu --
The experiential focusing approach / Elfie Hinterkopf --
Forgiveness-promoting approach : helping clients REACH forgiveness through using a longer model that teaches reconciliation / Everett L. Worthington Jr., Suzanne E. Mazzeo, and David E. Canter --
Theistic integrative psychotherapy / P. Scott Richards --
Intensive soul care : integrating psychotherapy and spiritual direction / David G. Benner --
Integrative spiritually oriented psychotherapy / Len Sperry --
Approaches to spiritually oriented psychotherapy : a comparative analysis / Len Sperry and Edward P. Shafranske --
Future directions : opportunities and challenges / Edward P. Shafranske and Len Sperry.
|Responsibility:||edited by Len Sperry and Edward P. Shafranske.|
"Spiritually Oriented Psychotherapy is the first book to critically and coherently survey how spirituality can be incorporated into a range of psychotherapeutic approaches, including psychoanalytic, cognitive-behavioral humanistic, interpersonal, transpersonal, and others. This volume demonstrates the utility and accessibility of examining the spiritual dimension in therapy. It is likely to become a vital resource for the experienced clinician and the standard text for graduate programs in clinical, counseling, and consulting psychology and clinical social work."--BOOK JACKET.
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