» » God Image Handbook for Spiritual Counseling and Psychotherapy: Research, Theory, and Practice (Monographic Separates from the Journal of Spirituality in Mental Health)

God Image Handbook for Spiritual Counseling and Psychotherapy: Research, Theory, and Practice (Monographic Separates from the Journal of Spirituality in Mental Health) epub

by Glendon L. Moriarty,Louis Hoffman


God Image Handbook for Spiritual Counseling and Psychotherapy: Research, Theory, and Practice (Monographic Separates from the Journal of Spirituality in Mental Health) epub

ISBN: 0789034409

ISBN13: 978-0789034403

Author: Glendon L. Moriarty,Louis Hoffman

Category: Other

Subcategory: Humanities

Language: English

Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (May 16, 2007)

Pages: 320 pages

ePUB book: 1546 kb

FB2 book: 1491 kb

Rating: 4.4

Votes: 877

Other Formats: azw mbr mobi doc





Series: Monographic Separates from the Journal of Spirituality in Mental Health.

Series: Monographic Separates from the Journal of Spirituality in Mental Health. Paperback: 320 pages. The last part of the book (chapters 11 to 13) provides an insightful discussion of measurement issues and diversity issues related to the God image.

Moriarty & Hoffman have compiled a "Handbook for Spiritual Counseling and Psychotherapy" in which various authors address the needs of pastoral counselors and clinicians specializing in religious or spiritual issues. These approaches acknowledge that when patients "internalize" God in their thinking, emoting, and behaving, they are affected in a way similar to the way people are impacted by their "psychological complexes".

rative Psychotherapy and God Image. Psychodynamic Theories of the Evolution of the God Image

rative Psychotherapy and God Image. Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy and the God Image. Psychodynamic Theories of the Evolution of the God Image. God Image Psychotherapy : Comparing Approaches.

Start by marking God Image Handbook for Spiritual Counseling and .

Shelves: psychology, y, my-books.

Each approach and theory in God Image Handbook for Spiritual Counseling . Jones, Psychodynamic Theories of the Evolution of the God Image. Moriarty, Time-Limited Dynamic Psychotherapy and God Image.

God image development. Part II: Clinical Theory and Applications. Noffke & Hall, Attachment Psychotherapy and God Image. Hoffman, ive Psychotherapy and God Image. Garzon, A Neuroscientific Approach and the God Image. Johnson, Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy and the God Image.

Weight: 1 pound 1 ounce ISBN: 789034409 ISBN-13: 9780789034403 Series: Monographic Separates from the Journal of Spirituality in Mental . Each person has two ideas of God - the God concept and the God image.

Weight: 1 pound 1 ounce ISBN: 789034409 ISBN-13: 9780789034403 Series: Monographic Separates from the Journal of Spirituality in Mental Health Stock No: WW034403. Publisher's Description. ▲. The God concept is intellectual in nature, while the God image is the subjective emotional experience of God that is shaped by a person's family history.

Interpersonal Psychotherapy (Theories of Psychotherapy) Used Book in. .

Interpersonal Psychotherapy (Theories of Psychotherapy) Used Book in Good Condition. University Professors Press. Other Books By UPP Authors.

Psychological difficulties are pervasive and influence multiple domains of life, including the religious and spiritual domains.

Yangarber-Hicks N. Religious coping styles and recovery from serious mental illness. Journal of Psychology and Theology.

Philadelphia, PA: Haworth Press, 2007. Yangarber-Hicks N.

Learn seven clinical approaches to working with the God image in psychotherapy Each person has two ideas of God—the God concept and the God image. The God concept is intellectual in nature, while the God image is the subjective emotional experience of God that is shaped by a person’s family history. Those who struggle with mental health issues often have a God image that is distant, critical, and judgmental because they had parents who behaved that way. God Image Handbook for Spiritual Counseling and Psychotherapy: Research, Theory, and Practice provides therapists with the tools to effectively treat clients who harbor God image issues. This unique manual builds upon strong philosophical and research foundations to offer seven practical clinical approaches to working with the God image in psychotherapy. Leading clinicians and researchers from various disciplines offer expert insight and analysis to provide therapists with in-depth understanding of the God image. God Image Handbook for Spiritual Counseling and Psychotherapy: Research, Theory, and Practice comprehensively discusses the psychodynamic foundation and research that contribute to the understanding of the God image, and then presents seven different theoretical and technical approaches to help those who have personal and religious problems. Case examples illustrate how the God image changes through the therapy process. The guidebook also explores future developments and the implications of race, culture, gender orientation, and economic conditions that impact the God image. Each approach and theory in God Image Handbook for Spiritual Counseling and Psychotherapy: Research, Theory, and Practice examine: background and philosophical assumptions God image development God image difficulties God image change strengths and weaknesses Case examples discuss: client history presenting problem case conceptualization treatment plan interventions duration of treatment termination therapeutic outcomes God Image Handbook for Spiritual Counseling and Psychotherapy: Research, Theory, and Practice is an interdisciplinary guide that provides a holistic understanding of psychological issues and the God image, and is a valuable practical addition to the libraries of psychiatrists, psychologists, counselors, social workers, addiction professionals, clergy, spiritual directors, and pastoral counselors.
Very good book. Essential in my counseling library.
I owned this book before, having to purchase it for a required graduate counseling course. I made the mistake of selling it back. I quickly found in private practice that it was a consistent issue with my clients and realized it was a must-have for my professional reference library. It is rich with current research-based material with a publish date of 2007.
I enjoyed reading this book and going through it's concepts in a Master's level counseling class. It contains some very enlightening ideas regarding God concept and how one sees oneself in relation to the God concept. Very eye-opening book.
This book is the best I have seen to encompass all aspects related to spiritual counseling.
I am a doctoral student in clinical psychology, and I just recently finished reading the "God Image Handbook." I found it absolutely incredible in its description of the research, theory, and practice issues surrounding the God image (i.e. a person's emotional experience of God, as opposed to their God concept, or a person's cognitive beliefs about God). The first part of the book (chapters 1 to 3) provides an exceptional outline of the primary theoretical contributions and research findings in the area of God image. The second part of the book (chapters 4 to 10) provides a research-based description and case example for 7 different theoretical approaches to working with individuals dealing with God image concerns. The last part of the book (chapters 11 to 13) provides an insightful discussion of measurement issues and diversity issues related to the God image.

I can say with confidence that the "God Image Handbook" is a must-have for any clinician, scholar, or pastoral care worker who works with religious/spiritual individuals. In fact, it would be interesting and helpful for practically anyone who is interested in religious/spiritual topics. The authors have clearly striven to make the material very practical and readable. Thus, clinicians, scholars, pastoral workers, and laypersons alike would likely enjoy and benefit from reading this book.

Indeed the "God Image Handbook" is an exceptionally well-written, well-researched resource that makes a powerful contribution to not just the fields of psychology and pastoral care, but also to the overall religious/spiritual community worldwide.