Interreligious Encounter on Cura Animarum: ECPCC and ICPCC Documents and Reports from 1972-1998
This book contains a collection of texts, from the most diverse traditions, that discuss the relationship between psychology/psychotherapy and religion(s) in the context of care and counseling. A special dialogue on the encounter between psychology and religion in post-war Europe is presented by Jewish and Christian counselors, while various other religious accesses to care and counseling turn the spotlight on the emerging intercultural encounter in this field. (Series: Pastoral Care and Spiritual Healing - Vol. 2)
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