Integrating Religion and Spirituality Into Counseling: A Comprehensive Approach

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Thomson/Brooks-Cole, 2003 - Psychology - 340 pages
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This text is intended to help counselors and other mental health practitioners make informed and effective interventions with clients for whom religion and spirituality are significant concerns. It is comprehensive, providing information on religious systems and spiritual beliefs as well as clinical strategies and interventions. Throughout the text, the author weaves the theme in of understanding how the counselor's own worldview and values impact working with clients and offers activities and cases for exploring this further.

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Marsha Wiggins Frame is currently Chair for the division of Counseling Psychology and Counselor Education at the University of Colorado at Denver. Over the years, she has taught courses such as Foundations of Guidance, Counseling and Personnel Services, Human Sexuality, Spiritual Issues in Counseling and Psychotherapy, Practicum, Internship, and Ethics and Legal Issues. She has won awards from her profession and university for excellence in teaching.

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