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Spirituality and mental health : clinical applications

Author: Gary W Hartz
Publisher: London : Routledge, 2008, ©2005.
Series: Religion and mental health
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The intersection between spirituality and mental health has become a significant area of concern for some mental health experts. Hartz, a psychologist, offers a handbook for professionals based on  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gary W Hartz
ISBN: 9780789024763 0789024764 0789024772 9780789024770
OCLC Number: 373469470
Notes: Originally published: Binghamton, N.Y. : Haworth Press, 2005.
Description: xiii, 135 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
Contents: Definitions of spirituality and religion --
Why spirituality now? --
Definitions --
Overlap between spirituality and religion --
Transcendence --
Conclusion --
Assessment of spirituality --
A coping model of assessment --
Application of the model to clinical practice --
Positive and negative religious coping --
Assessing values : "where am I going?" --
The DSM-IV's diagnosis of religious or spiritual problem --
Religious issues and psychiatric disorders --
Conclusion --
Ethical issues in spirituality and mental health --
American Psychological Association ethical guidelines --
A client-centered ethical framework --
Specific ethical issues --
Conclusion --
Meditation --
Benefits of meditation --
Applications of mindfulness meditation to coping --
Mindfulness-based psychotherapy --
Conclusion --
Letting go of anger and practicing forgiveness --
Forgiveness as a religious principle --
Definitions and types of forgiveness --
Theoretical phases of forgiveness --
Therapeutic efficacy of forgiveness --
Potential disadvantages of forgiveness --
Continuum of forgiveness --
The continuing controversy over forgiveness --
Self-forgiveness --
Conclusion --
Spiritually attuned intervention --
Substance-abusing clients : the twelve-step tradition --
Clients in crisis : crisis as danger and opportunity --
Devoutly religious clients : religiously adapted therapy --
Conclusion --
The psychoeducational spirituality group --
Background --
Facilitators --
Overview of the sessions --
Conclusion --
Appendix A: The psychoeducational spirituality group : a guide for group facilitators --
Planning : materials and session length --
Session one: What is spirituality for you? --
Session two: Meditation without prescribed religious content --
Session three: Coping with grief --
Session four: Letting go of anger and practicing forgiveness --
Optional additional session on self-forgiveness --
Session five: Crisis as danger and opportunity --
Session six: Gratitude --
Appendix B: Reproducible material.
Series Title: Religion and mental health
Responsibility: Gary W. Hartz.
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