Title

Christian Spiritual Therapy: An Integrative Model

Publication Date

1980

Degree

Master of Arts (MA)

Committee or Advisor Chair

H. Donell Miller, Ph.D.

Committee Members

Douglas Bowman, Ph.D.

Hugh Redmond, Ph.D.

Keywords

psychology, Christianity, spirituality, therapy, mysticism, psychosynthesis

Disciplines

Christian Denominations and Sects | Christianity | Multicultural Psychology | Personality and Social Contexts | Psychology | Religion | Transpersonal Psychology

Abstract

Christian spiritual therapy is important to examine precisely, and paradoxically, because it has not been examined very thoroughly. Traditional therapies often stop short of acknowledging the spiritual facet of personal crises though such a perspective might shed a wholly fresh light on the growth process. Christian spiritual therapy is not meant to be exclusive of any other mode but rather should augment usual psychological technique. My desire is to present a new model for spiritual therapy.

Comments

Department: Humanistic and Transpersonal Psychology

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