By P. Scott Richards
In Casebook for a religious method in Counseling and Psychotherapy, top therapist-authors mine their wealthy case histories to provide useful educating instruments for practitioners. Written from a number of theistic traditions and mental orientations, this casebook - the spouse quantity to a religious method for Counseling and Psychotherapy - examines the healing courting because it happens in a variety of sorts of Christian, Jewish, and Islamic faiths, and gives practitioners with examples that would remove darkness from and tell their practices with consumers of various non secular backgrounds.
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Differences in religious affiliation and disagreements about specific religious doctrines or moral behaviors can threaten the therapeutic alliance if they are prematurely disclosed or inappropriately addressed. When such value conflicts become salient during therapy, it is important for therapists to openly acknowledge their values while also explicitly affirming clients' rights to differ from therapists without having their intelligence or morality questioned. Therapists should also openly discuss with clients whether the belief or value conflict is so threatening that referral is advisable.