Religion That Heals, Religion That Harms: A Guide for Clinical Practice (repost)

ISBN: 1606238892

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Tag: Science/Engineering


Posted on 2010-11-04. By anonymous.

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James L. Griffith, "Religion That Heals, Religion That Harms: A Guide for Clinical Practice"
The Guilford Press | 2010 | ISBN: 1606238892, 1606238914 | 274 pages | PDF | 2,3 MB

From James L. Griffith, well known for his work on harnessing the healing potential of religion and spirituality, this book helps clinicians to intervene effectively in situations where religion is causing harm. Vivid examples illustrate how religious beliefs and practices may propel suicide, violence, self-neglect, or undue suffering in the face of medical or emotional challenges. Griffith also unravels the links between psychiatric illness and distorted religious experience. He demonstrates empathic, respectful ways to interview patients who disdain contact with mental health professionals, yet whose religious lives put themselves or others at risk. The book incorporates cutting-edge research on the psychology of religion and social neuroscience.

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