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Psychotherapy and the Religiously Committed Patient

By E Mark Stern

Routledge – 1985 – 158 pages

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    January 1st 1985
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Description

An enlightening book that discusses the positive and negative aspects of psychotherapeutic process with religiously commited patients. Indispensable reading for all therapists, teachers, and spiritually oriented professionals.

Contents

Contents Introduction

  • Psychotheology of Religious Commitment
  • Lost in the No-Man’s-Land Between Psyche and Soul
  • Assessing Religious Maturity
  • The Religious Patient’s Initial Encounter With Psychotherapy
  • Forgiveness: A Spiritual Psychotherapy
  • Change in the Client and in the Client’s God
  • Latent Theology: A Clinical Perspective on The Future of an Illusion
  • The Play of Illusion as an Opening to the Future of the Self: Reflections of a Religious Clinician Occasioned by Rereading The Future of an Illusion
  • The Spiritual Emergency Patient: Concept and Example
  • Formation Counseling
  • Confrontation and the Religious Beliefs of a Client
  • Metaphor and Therapy: Theory, Technique, and Practice of the Use of Religious Imagery in Therapy
  • The Psychotherapist and Religious Commitment
  • Dealing With Proceptive Countertransference-like Issues: The Factor of Psychotherapeutic Ideology
  • Psychotherapy as a Religious Process: A Historical Heritage
  • Initial Encounters of Religious and Priests With Psychotherapy

Name: Psychotherapy and the Religiously Committed Patient (Paperback)Routledge 
Description: By E Mark Stern. An enlightening book that discusses the positive and negative aspects of psychotherapeutic process with religiously commited patients. Indispensable reading for all therapists, teachers, and spiritually oriented...
Categories: Psychotherapy, Pastoral Counseling, Religion