Table of contents for Spirituality and mental health : clinical applications / Gary W. Hartz.

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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 
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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 
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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 
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Background 
Facilitators 
Overview of the Sessions 
Conclusion 
Appendix A. The Psychoeducational Spirituality Group: 
99 A Guide for Group Facilitators 
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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 
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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.
Spiritual life.
Spirituality.
Psychiatry and religion.
Religion and Psychology.
Counseling -- methods.
Pastoral Care.