Articles concerned with the relation of religious beliefs to counseling.
Whoolery, Slife, and Mitchell (2002). Full text of a paper presented at the Annual Conference of the American Association of the Behavioral and Social Sciences in Las Vegas, February 2002.
Article by clinical psychologist Robert N. Sollond arguing that empirically validated, spiritually oriented integrative psychotherapeutic forms could emerge within a contemporary, Western framework.
Table of contents and Module 1 of a National Institute for Healthcare Research teaching module looking at the relevance of religious commitment to mental health.
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