Spiritually Integrated Psychotherapy: Understanding and Addressing the Sacred

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Guilford Press, 11 lis 2011 - 384
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From a leading researcher and practitioner, this volume provides an innovative framework for understanding the role of spirituality in people's lives and its relevance to the work done in psychotherapy. It offers fresh, practical ideas for creating a spiritual dialogue with clients, assessing spirituality as a part of their problems and solutions, and helping them draw on spiritual resources in times of stress. Written from a nonsectarian perspective, the book encompasses both traditional and nontraditional forms of spirituality. It is grounded in current findings from psychotherapy research and the psychology of religion, and includes a wealth of evocative case material.

 

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A Rationale for a Spiritually Integrated Psychotherapy
3
The Sacred Domain
29
Discovering the Sacred
53
Holding On to the Sacred
77
Spiritual Coping to Conserve the Sacred
94
Spiritual Coping to Transform the Sacred
111
Problems of Spiritual Destinations
129
Problems of Spiritual Pathways
151
Initial and Implicit Spiritual Assessment
201
Explicit Spiritual Assessment
221
Drawing on Spiritual Strivings Knowledge and Experience
242
Drawing on Spiritual Practices Relationships and Coping Methods
260
Addressing Problems of Spiritual Destinations
276
Addressing Problems of Spiritual Pathways
293
Steps toward a More Spiritually Integrated Psychotherapy
319
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An Orientation to Spiritually Integrated Psychotherapy
175

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Kenneth I. Pargament, PhD, is Professor of Psychology at Bowling Green State University, where he has been on the faculty since 1979. He has published extensively on the vital role of religion and spirituality in coping with stress and trauma. Dr. Pargament has been a leading figure in the effort to bring a balanced view of religion and spirituality to the attention of scientists and professionals. He is a recipient of the William James Award for excellence in research in the psychology of religion, the Virginia Staudt Sexton Mentoring Award for guiding and encouraging others in the field, and the Oskar Pfister Award for his research and practice in religion and mental health.  Dr. Pargament is a practicing clinical psychologist who has worked with people from diverse spiritual backgrounds. In 2011-2012, he will serve as Distinguished Scholar in Residence at the Institute for Spirituality and Health of the Texas Medical Center in Houston.

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