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This program covers many of the different spiritual and religious beliefs your clients may bring to their therapy sessions and demonstrates how these beliefs can be integrated into psychotherapeutic treatment. Topics discussed include addressing religious concerns when using mindfulness in psychotherapy, addressing religious and spiritual concerns with LGBT clients, the impact of beliefs on survivors of traumatic events, understanding African American and Native American spirituality in psychotherapy, the clinical integration of Christianity and psychology, and much more.
18 CE credits/hours, 180 questions
Psychologists | School Psychologists | Marriage & Family Therapists | Mental Health Counselors | Social Workers
- Discuss spiritual and religious issues when working with LGB clients.
- Recognize the impact of religion and spiritual beliefs on survivors of trauma.
- Explain how to address religious concerns when using mindfulness in psychotherapy.
- Present a primer on Buddhist psychology, earth-centered faiths, Yoruban and Dahomey African Diaspora religions, traditional Native American spirituality, European Paganism, African Pentecostalism, and African Americans spirituality.
- Discuss the integration of psychology and Christianity, and the integration of psychotherapy and Jewish tradition.
- Recognize critical issues related to the integration of Christianity, Islam, and Judaism and couples therapy.
- Practice psychotherapy with nonbelievers.
Statement of Understanding (downloadable/printable)
"Perspectives on Spirituality and Religion in Psychotherapy" - Final Exam (downloadable/printable)