Counseling and Spirituality: Views from the Profession, 1st Edition

  • Oliver Morgan School of Counseling at University of Scranton
  • ISBN-10: 0618474943  |  ISBN-13: 9780618474943
  • 368 Pages
  • © 2007 | Published
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This casebook balances personal experience with knowledge and skills to provide a basis of information about spiritual approaches to counseling and how to employ them. Cases from counselors who have used spirituality in their practice demonstrate its use with a variety of approaches and specific groups.

Table of Contents

1. Counseling's Fifth Force, by Oliver J. Morgan
2. "They Come to Us Vulnerable": Elements of the Sacred in Spiritually Sensitive Counseling, by Oliver J. Morgan
3. "Where our Spirits Touch": The Process of Counseling and Spirituality, by Clifford ("Ford") Brooks
4. Seven Stages of Spiritual Development: A Framework to Solve Psycho-Spiritual Problems, by Daya Singh Sandhu
5. Weaving Sacred Threads into Multicultural Counseling, by Mary A. Fukuyama
6. Breath of Heaven, by Craig S. Cashwell
7. Remembering the Lessons of the Angel, by Rebecca Powell Stanard
8. Hear the Eagle's Cry: Native American Spiritual Traditions and Counseling, by Michael Tlanusta Garrett
9. Counseling Conservative Christian Couples: A Spiritually Sensitive Perspective, by Richard E. Watts
10. Nurturing the Spirituality of Our Youth, by Mary Alice Bruce
11. Incorporating Spirituality into Rehabilitation Counseling and Coping with Disability, by Henry McCarthy
12. Spirituality and Counseling: The Dance of Magic and Effort, by R. Elliott Ingersoll