Isolation in Christian Psychotherapeutic Practice

Volume
Volume 13
Issue
Fall 1985
Title
Isolation in Christian Psychotherapeutic Practice
Abstract

Accumulating evidence suggests that the isolation inherent in psychotherapeutic practice negatively impacts the interpersonal functioning of the therapist. The Christian psychotherapist may experience additional, unique aspects of this isolation, as well as those common to all. A review and discussion are provided which examines the causes of this isolation and its impact upon interpersonal functioning, outlines those aspects unique to the Christian psychotherapist, and presents suggestions for eliminating or reducing isolation and its possible negative consequences.

Authors
Dr. J.D. Guy and G.P. Liaboe
Pages
167 - 171
Price
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