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CONTENTS Preface Acknowledgments Chapter 1. Definitions of Spirituality and Religion Why Spirituality Now? Definitions Overlap Between Spirituality and Religion Transcendence Conclusion Chapter 2. Assessment of Spirituality 15 A Coping Model of Assessment 18 Application of the Model to Clinical Practice 21 Positive and Negative Religious Coping 23 Assessing Values: "Where am I going?" The DSM-IV's Diagnosis of Religious or Spiritual Problem 24 Religious Issues and Psychiatric Disorders Conclusion Chapter 3. Ethical Issues in Spirituality and Mental Health 43 American Psychological Association Ethical Guidelines A Client-Centered Ethical Framework Specific Ethical Issues Conclusion Chapter 4. Meditation Benefits of Meditation Applications of Mindfulness Meditation to Coping Mindfulness-Based Psychotherapy Conclusion Chapter 5. Letting Go of Anger and Practicing Forgiveness 59 Forgiveness As a Religious Principle xiii Definitions and Types of Forgiveness Theoretical Phases of Forgiveness Therapeutic Efficacy of Forgiveness Potential Disadvantages of Forgiveness Continuum of Forgiveness The Continuing Controversy over Forgiveness Self-Forgiveness Conclusion Chapter 6. Spiritually Attuned Intervention 79 79 Substance-Abusing Clients: The Twelve-Step Tradition Clients in Crisis: Crisis as Danger and Opportunity Devoutly Religious Clients: Religiously Adapted Therapy Conclusion Chapter 7. The Psychoeducational Spirituality Group 91 91 Background Facilitators Overview of the Sessions Conclusion Appendix A. The Psychoeducational Spirituality Group: 99 A Guide for Group Facilitators 99 100 Planning: Materials and Session Length Session One: What is Spirituality for You? Session Two: Meditation without Prescribed 105 Religious Content Session Three: Coping with Grief 108 Session Four: Letting Go of Anger or Practicing Forgiveness 109 113 Optional Additional Session on Self-Forgiveness 114 Session Five: Crisis As Danger and Opportunity Appendix B. Reproducible Material 123 124 126 129 The Religious Background and Behaviors Questionnaire Illustrative Figures Values Survey 133 References
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Mental health -- Religious aspects.
Psychotherapy -- Religious aspects.
Counseling -- Religious aspects.
Psychiatry and religion.
Religion and Psychology.
Counseling -- methods.