Volume 12

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Volume 12
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  1. cover Winter 1984 Add to Cart $15.00
    1. Varieties of Approaches to Psychotherapy: Options for the Christian Therapist
    2. Which Presuppositions? Secular Psychology and the Categories of Biblical Thought
    3. An Implicit Theory of Personality, Illness and Cure Found in the Writings of Neo-Pentecostal Faith Teachers
    4. Imago Dei and Object Relations Theory: Implications for a Model of Human Development
    5. The Counseling Activities and Referral Practices of Canadian Clergy in British Columbia
    6. The Development of the Spiritual Leadership Qualities Inventory
    7. Ambiguity in Neuropsychology: A Response to Wong
  2. cover Fall 1984 Add to Cart $15.00
    1. Marriage, Divorce, and Remarriage: A Review of the Relevant Religious Literature
    2. Jacob's Journey: From Narcissism Toward Wholeness
    3. The Biblical Concept of Creativity: Scope, Definition, Criteria
    4. Juxtaposing the Brain and Belief
    5. One Brain's Response: A Reaction to Ashbrook's Juxtaposing the Brain and Belief
    6. Personality Factors of Men and Women Pastoral Candidates, Part 2: Sex-Role Preferences
    7. Psychological Androgyny and Self-Esteem in Clergywomen
    8. Orthodox Christian Values Related to Psychotherapy and Mental Health
  3. cover Summer 1984 Add to Cart $15.00
    1. Christianity and Psychoanalysis, Part 2: Jesus the Transformer of the Super-Ego
    2. Assertiveness Training in Christian Perspective
    3. Hypnosis and Metaphor in Christian Context: History, Abuse and Use
    4. Personality Factors of Men and Women Pastoral Candidates, Part 1: Motivational Profiles
    5. Dyadic Trust and Generalized Trust of Secular Versus Christian-College Students
    6. Loneliness, Marital Adjustment, and Burnout in Pastoral and Lay Persons
  4. cover Spring 1984 Add to Cart $15.00
    1. Christianity and Psychoanalysis, Part 1: Jesus as the Anti-Oedipus
    2. The Ethics of Sharing Religious Faith in Psychotherapy
    3. Religious Values and Client-Therapist Matching in Psychotherapy
    4. Hope for Binge-Eaters and Other Addicts: A Christian Psychoanalytic Perspective
    5. Spiritual Egocentrism: A Perspective on Spiritual Maturity
    6. A Comparison of Secular and Religious Versions of Cognitive Therapy with Depressed Christian College Students