Hidden spring: the spiritual dimension of therapy
Psychology and spirituality are both ways to find healing. But must they be mutually exclusive? In his new book, the author of The Art of Christian Listening affirms that "psychotherapy, which seeks to promote human healing, growth and fulfillment, can be aided tremendously by spirituality, which seeks exactly the same end but in a more ultimate way".
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THE PRESENCE OF GOD IN ORDINARY LIFE
PSYCHOTHERAPY AND SPIRITUALITY
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