Spirituality in counselling and psychotherapy

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SAGE, Nov 21, 2006 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 213 pages
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Spirituality in Counselling and Psychotherapy explores the idea that throughout the course of a therapeutic relationship between therapist and client, a spiritual level is reached by the two people involved. The author shows how this dimension can help clients who are living in an increasingly secular and faithless society to find some resolution with the issues they bring to therapy. By exploring different perspectives on religion and spirituality, the book provides therapists with the grounding they need to introduce spiritually-centered counseling into their practice.

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Contents

Closure in Spiritual Therapy
182
Scripture as Revised Discourse
196
Subject Index
210
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About the author (2006)

Dennis Lines holds a BPhil Ed (Counseling) and is MBACP affiliated. He has been a youth leader for 12 years, an RE teacher in secondary school for 11 years, and has for the past 22 years worked as a School Counselor in a large secondary school in Birmingham. He has published widely and given lectures and conducted workshops on adolescent development and related topics nationally.