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Creating a Theoretical Space for Spiritual Interventions
- 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.
The Forgotten Factor
- 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.
Integrating Spiritual Healing Approaches and Techniques into Psychotherapy
- Article by clinical psychologist Robert N. Sollond arguing that empirically validated, spiritually oriented integrative psychotherapeutic forms could emerge within a contemporary, Western framework.
Psychotherapeutic Work with Ex-Cult/Cult Members
- Describes three possible steps of working with cult-members and ex-cult-members.
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