A Case for Christian Psychotherapy

Volume
Volume 3
Issue
Spring 1975
Title
A Case for Christian Psychotherapy
Abstract

The article is designed to explore the potential for an integrative therapeutic approach with a client who has severe fears of God. A psychological understanding of the case is pursued, as a basis for synthesizing client needs with appropriate biblical data. Major points of focus in the paper include the following: case history, pathology, and therapy. The article is written as a statement of interest in the development of a Christian mode of therapeutic intervention.

Author
Dr. L.C. Carr
Pages
99 - 103
Price
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