Ecotherapy: Healing Ourselves, Healing the Earth : a Guide to Ecologically Grounded Personality Theory, Spirituality, Therapy, and Education

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Fortress Press, 1996 - Psychology - 293 pages
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Graduate Theological Education and the Human Experience of Disability examines graduate schools of theology and their limited familiarity with the study of disability--and the presence of people with disabilities in particular--on their campuses. Dubbed a "missing note" by one theologian, this text offers critical research and illuminates new pathways for "theologia" and practice in the community of faith. Reviews of previous literature, theology, and practices illuminate how people with disabilities have historically been marginalized by the religious community. Theologians, people with disabilities, and researchers offer suggestions for incorporating disability studies into theological education and religious life.

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Contents

Using the Ecological Circle for SelfCare i
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Spiritual Ethical Cosmological and MeaningofLife
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Resources for Ecotherapy and Ecoeducation from
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Clinebell is Professor Emeritus of Pastoral Psychology and Counseling at Claremont School of Theology.

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