Toward the Development of a Christian Psychology: Adjustment and Maladjustment

Volume
Volume 7
Issue
Fall 1979
Title
Toward the Development of a Christian Psychology: Adjustment and Maladjustment
Abstract

This is fifth in a series of articles placing various areas of psychology in a Christian perspective. First, adjustment is defined as being like God, and maladjustment as being unlike God. Physical disorders, learned responses, underlying conflicts, sin, immaturity, or demon possession may result in maladjustment, may keep a person from being like God. Physical methods of therapy, behavior therapy, psychotherapy, salvation, discipleship, or the casting out of demons may then be the corresponding methods of readjustment or therapy.

Author
Dr. R.L. Koteskey
Pages
176 - 186
Price
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