Resources from Reformed Spirituality for Christian Spiritual Formation in Clinical Practice

Volume
Volume 29
Issue
Spring 2001
Title
Resources from Reformed Spirituality for Christian Spiritual Formation in Clinical Practice
Abstract

The purposes of this article are to introduce the reader to Reformed theology and to begin to discuss implications of Reformed spirituality on the practice of Christian psychology. A discussion of a case example will be utilized to consolidate the reader'€™s understanding of the Reformed theological tradition and its application to Christian spiritual formation in a clinical setting. This article implies that the impact of Reformed theology and spirituality on clinical practice is profound enough to warrant further investigations of theologically congruent psychotherapies.

Authors
Dr. D. Morgan and M. Yarhouse
Pages
62 - 71
Price
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