Volume 22

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Volume 22
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  1. cover Winter 1994 Add to Cart $15.00
    1. Introduction to the Special Issue
    2. Dealing with Religious Resistances in Psychotherapy
    3. Serving Two Masters? Commentary on "Dealing with Religious Resistances in Psychotherapy
    4. Reply to Gartner and Carbo
    5. Can Religious Communities Become Dysfunctional Families? Sources of Countertransference for the Religiously Committed Psychotherapist
    6. Are Religious Therapists More Susceptible to Countertransference? Commentary on "Can Religious Communities Become Dysfunctional Families? Sources of Countertransference for the Religiously Committed Psychotherapist"
    7. Reply to Narramore
    8. Psychopathology, Sin, and the DSM: Convergence and Divergence
    9. Crucial Observations Which Need to be Extended: Commentary on "Psychopathology, Sin, and the DSM: Convergence and Divergence
    10. Reply to McDargh
    11. Group Psychotherapy as Spiritual Discipline: From Oz to the Kingdom of God
    12. An Invitation to Grace and Truth from the Margins: Commentary on "Group Psychotherapy as Spiritual Discipline: From Oz to the Kingdom of God
    13. Reply to Carter
    14. An Interesting Contradiction: A Study of Religiously Committed, Psychoanalytically Oriented Clinicians
    15. Sea Changes, Interesting Complements and Proselytizing in Psychoanalysis: Commentary on "An Interesting Contradiction: A Study of Religiously Committed, Psychoanalytically Oriented Clinicians"
    16. Reply to Sorenson
    17. Therapists' (and Their Therapists') God Representations in Clinical Practice
    18. Considering the Interplay of Patients' and Therapists' God Representations: Commentary on "Therapists' (and Their Therapists') God Representations in Clinical Practice
    19. Reply to Cohen
    20. The Relationship of God Image to Level of Object Relations Development
    21. Exemplary Approach to Operationalizing Psychoanalytic Theory and Religion: Commentary on "The Relationship of God Image to Level of Object Relations Development"
    22. Reply to Thurston
    23. Shame and Guilt in Christian Children: Interventions with Projective Techniques and Play Therapy
    24. God Reflected Through Parents and Therapist: Commentary on "Shame and Guilt in Christian Children: Interventions with Projective Techniques and Play Therapy"
    25. Reply to Brokaw
    26. Ethical Considerations in Religious Psychotherapy: Potential Pitfalls and Unique Resources
    27. Assessment of Religious Dimensions in Christian Clients: A Review of Selected Instruments for Research and Clinical Use
  2. cover Fall 1994 Add to Cart $15.00
    1. Satanic Ritual Abuse: A Question of Memory.
    2. Analogy or Homology? An Investigation of the Congruency of Systems Theory and Biblical Theology in Pastoral Leadership
    3. Biblical Progression as Moral Development: The Analogy and its Implications
    4. Dual Role Relationships and Christian Counseling
    5. From the Kingdom of God to the Beloved Community, 1920-1930: Psychology and the Social Gospel in the Work of Goodwin Watson and Carl Rogers
    6. God Said It: Psychology and Biblical Interpretation, How Text and Reader Interact Through the Glass Darkly
    7. Ego Development in Fundamentalist and Nonfundamentalist Protestants
  3. cover Summer 1994 Add to Cart $15.00
    1. A Blueprint for Intradisciplinary Integration
    2. Faith-induced Neurosis: Myth or Reality?
    3. Psycho-Spiritual Dreams in the Nineteenth Century, Part I: Dreams of Death
    4. Psycho-Spiritual Dreams in the Nineteenth Century, Part II: Metaphysics and Immortality
    5. A Clinical Theology of the Developmental Process: A Child Psychiatrist's Perspective
    6. The Comparative Efficacy of Christian and Secular Rational-Emotive Therapy with Christian Clients
  4. cover Spring 1994 Add to Cart $15.00
    1. Encouraging Clients to Forgive People Who Have Hurt Them: Review, Critique, and Research Prospectus
    2. Toward a Masturbation Ethic
    3. Psychopathology, Guilt, Perfectionism, and Family of Origin Functioning Among Protestant Clergy
    4. Spiritual Gifts: A Psychometric Extension
    5. Perceptions of God among Persons with Mental Retardation: A Research Note