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Religion and psychiatry : beyond boundaries

Author: Peter J Verhagen
Publisher: Hoboken, NJ : Wiley, 2010.
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Religion (and spirituality) is very much alive and shapes the cultural values and aspirations of psychiatrist and patient alike, as does the choice of not identifying with a particular faith.  Read more...


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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Peter J Verhagen
ISBN: 9780470682203 0470682205 128238497X 9781282384972 9780470694718 0470694718
OCLC Number: 1042144500
Description: 1 recurso en línea
Contents: List of Contributors Foreword Preface General Introduction: Religion and Science Peter J. Verhagen PART 1 PROLEGOMENA (FIRST ISSUES): HISTORY, PHILOSOPHY, SCIENCE AND CULTURE Introduction 1.1 Evil in Historical Perspective: At the Intersection of Religion and Psychiatry Michael H. Stone 1.2 Linguistic Analysis and Values-Based Practice: One Way of Getting Started with Some Kinds of Philosophical Problems at the Interface Between Psychiatry and Religion Bill (K.W.M.) Fulford 1.3 Science and Transcendence in Psychopathology; Lessons from Existentialism Juan J. Lopez-Ibor Jr. & Maria Ines Lopez-Ibor Alcocer 1.4 Psychiatry of the Whole Person - Contribution of Spirituality in form of Mystic (Sufi) Thinking Ahmad Mohit PART 2 MAIN ISSUES: THE INTERFACE BETWEEN PSYCHIATRY, MENTAL HEALTH AND MAJOR RELIGIOUS TRADITIONS Introduction 87 2.1 Judaism and Psychiatry Ayala Uri, Noa Navot & Alan Apter 2.2 Christianity and Psychiatry John R. Peteet 2.3 Religion and Mental Health in Islam Ahmed Okasha 2.4 Psychiatry and African Religion Frank G. Njenga, Anna Nguithi & Sam G. Gatere 2.5 Hinduism and Mental Health R. Srinivasa Murthy 2.6 Buddhism and Psychotherapy in Japan Naotaka Shinfuku & Kenji Kitanishi 2.7 Psychiatry and Theravada Buddhism Pichet Udomratn PART 3 CORE ISSUES: RELIGION AND PSYCHOPATHOLOGY Introduction 209 3.1 Religious Experience and Psychopathology Juan J. Lopez-Ibor Jr. & Maria Ines Lopez-Ibor Alcocer 3.2 God's Champions and Adversaries: About the Borders between Normal and Abnormal Religiosity Herman M. van Praag 3.3 Religion and Psychopathology: Psychosis and Depression Andrew C. P. Sims 3.4 Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and Religion: A Reconnaissance Harold J. G. M. van Megen, Dianne A. den Boer-Wolters & Peter J. Verhagen 3.5 Religion and Psychoanalysis: Past and Present Allan M. Josephson, Armand Nicholi Jr. & Allan Tasman 3.6 On the Psychology of Religious Fundamentalism John, Lord Alderdice 3.7 Measurement at the Interface of Psychiatry and Religion: Issues and Existing Measures Peter C. Hill & Carissa Dwiwardani PART 4 RESEARCH ISSUES Introduction 4.1 Religion and Mental Health: What Do You Mean When You Say 'Religion'? What Do You Mean When You Say 'Mental Health'? Charles H. Hackney 4.2 A Moment of Anger, a Lifetime of Favor: Image of God, Personality, and Orthodox Religiosity Elisabeth H.M. Eurelings-Bontekoe & Hanneke Schaap-Jonker 4.3 The Relationship Between an Orthodox Protestant Upbringing and Current Orthodox Protestant Adherence, DSM-IV Axis II B Cluster Personality Disorders and Structural Borderline Personality Organization Elisabeth H.M. Eurelings-Bontekoe & Patrick Luyten 4.4 When Religion Goes Awry: Religious Risk Factors for Poorer Health and Well-Being Hisham Abu Raiya, Kenneth I. Pargament & Gina Magyar-Russell 4.5 Religious Practice and Mental Health: a Moroccan Experience Driss Moussaoui & Nadia Kadri 4.6 Religious and Spiritual Considerations in Psychiatric Diagnosis: Considerations for the DSM-V David Lukoff, C. Robert Cloninger, Marc Galanter, David M. Gellerman, Linda Glickman, Harold G. Koenig, Francis G. Lu, William E. Narrow, John R. Peteet, Samuel B. Thielman & C. Paul Yang PART 5 INTERDISCIPLINARY ISSUES: PSYCHOTHERAPY, PASTORAL CARE AND MEANING GIVING Introduction 5.1 Gods of the Horizon: The Therapist's and the Patient's Religious Representations and the Inevitability of Countertransference Moshe Halevi Spero 5.2 Assumptions About Pastoral Care, Spirituality and Mental Health Peter J. Verhagen & Adamantios G. Avgoustidis 5.3 Coming to Terms with Loss in Schizophrenia - The Search for Meaning Hanneke (J.K.) Muthert PART 6 CONTROVERSIAL ISSUES: RELIGION AND THE BRAIN Introduction 6.1 The Limits of Scientific Understanding and their Relevance for the Role of Religion in Psychiatry Robert H. Belmaker 6.2 Seat of the Divine: A Biological 'Proof of God's Existence'? Herman M. van Praag 6.3 Neuro-Theology: Demasque of Religions Dick F. Swaab & Wilma T.P. Verweij PART 7 TRAINING ISSUES: RESIDENCY TRAINING AND CONTINUOUS EDUCATION Introduction 7.1 Religion and the Training of Psychotherapists Allan M. Josephson, John R. Peteet & Allan Tasman 7.2 Multicultural Education and Training in Religion and Spirituality Peter J. Verhagen & John L. Cox Epilogue: Proposal for a World Psychiatric Association Consensus or Position Statement on Spirituality and Religion in Psychiatry Peter J. Verhagen & Christopher C.H. Cook Notes on Contributors Index of Names Index of Subjects
Responsibility: editors, Peter J. Verhagen [and others].


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