Religion and the Clinical Practice of Psychology
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 therapeutic context.
Specifications of Religion and the Clinical Practice of Psychology
|Author||John W. Jacobson, American Psychological Association|
|Publisher||American Psychological Association (APA)|
|Number Of Pages||619|
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