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Spirituality in Counseling and Psychotherapy
Johnson, R.
Wiley / Softcover / 2013-03-01 / 1118145216
Psychotherapy and Spirituality
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304 pages
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Spirituality in Counseling and Psychotherapy offers a practical approach that utilizes thematically based, personally accessible notions of spirituality and an integration of various traditional and contemporary counseling theories. The author provides a model that integrates existing counseling theories, revolving around the concept of the Real Self, with spiritual themes. By encouraging readers to increase their personal awareness and spiritual differentiation, they can enhance their clinical effectiveness with spiritual issues and avoid ethical transgressions related to imposing their beliefs or personalizing client issues.

Chapter One Spiritual Competencies and Premises
Basic Premises
Spirituality and Religion

Chapter Two Client-Defined Spirituality
External Presence and Inner Knowing
Transcendent and Ordinary Experiences
Present Moment Awareness
Love and Fear
Free Will
Creativity and Artistic Expression
Nature and Natural Beauty
Personal Relationship
Thematic Integration

Chapter Three Integrating Spirituality with Psychological Theories
Object Relations & Attachment Theories
Interpersonal: Horney
Humanism: Rogers
Control-Mastery Theory: Weiss
Internal Family Systems Theory: Schwartz
Dialectical Behavior Therapy: Linehan
Transpersonal and Integral Theories
Life Span Development Theories
Thematic Integration

Chapter Four Getting Lost: Psychological and Spiritual Perspectives
Why Clients Get Lost
A Spiritual Perspective
Chapter Five Spiritual Health and Abundance: Practical Steps
Being Open to Client-Defined Spirituality
Utilizing Spirituality for Resourcing
Inviting Spirituality to Inform Personal Integrity
Evaluating Life Structures
Therapeutic Support for Evaluating Life Structures
Remembering and Committing to Spiritual Practice
Chapter Six Integrating the Shadow
The Shadow
How Shadows Form
When Clients Marry their Shadow
Chapter Seven Self and No-Self
An Integration of Self and No-Self
Helping Clients Reclaim their Real Self
Chapter Eight How Spiritually-Oriented Therapy Helps
A Collaborative Team
Re-Experiencing Relational Dynamics
New Relationship with the Real Self
Embracing Inner Health
Embracing Relationship Health
Utilizing Spiritually-Oriented Therapy
Final Thoughts
Chapter Nine Spiritual-Differentiation
The Identity and Differentiation Process
Characteristics of Well-Differentiated Individuals
Increasing Differentiation
Increasing Therapist Spiritual-Differentiation

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