Spirituality, Religion, and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy

A Guide for Clinicians

David H. Rosmarin

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May 28, 2018
ISBN 9781462535446
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230 Pages
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230 Pages
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“A masterful integration of spirituality into CBT. Filled with wisdom and practical tools, this book clearly describes not only why but also how religion and spirituality should be addressed in the context of CBT. Rosmarin’s work will be of tremendous value to both spiritually minded and secular therapists on the lookout for ways to broaden and deepen their clinical skills.”

—Kenneth I. Pargament, PhD, Department of Psychology (Emeritus), Bowling Green State University

“Spiritual and religious issues can have a significant impact on the etiology, prevention, and resolution of mental health problems, yet CBT clinicians have rarely been prepared to address even the most elementary spiritual issues that arise in psychotherapy. Rosmarin provides clinically, ethically, and scientifically sound guidance for CBT clinicians to understand and address this important component of health care that is so often bypassed in training.”

—William R. Miller, PhD, Departments of Psychology and Psychiatry (Emeritus), University of New Mexico

“For many clients, religion and spirituality shape a wide range of their experiences and have a major impact on mental health. Regardless of the religiosity of a practitioner, neglecting spirituality in treatment is a serious oversight. Rosmarin has done a tremendous service to the field by providing guidance on how to work with religion and spirituality in evidence-based psychotherapy. Suitable for graduate students through to experienced professionals, this book is an important resource to aid clinicians in delivering interventions that cover the full range of life experiences.”

—Dean McKay, PhD, ABPP, Department of Psychology, Fordham University; past president, Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies

“Evidence-based treatment has learned how to address almost any topic of significance to human beings, except one—religion and spirituality. This book has a simple message: it is time to end that silence. It crafts an evidence-based and practical approach for CBT practitioners to integrate issues of spirituality into their work. Relying on principles familiar to any behavior therapist, cognitive therapist, or third-wave therapist, Rosmarin opens a door therapists can walk through to delve into one of the most fundamental domains of human experience.”

—Steven C. Hayes, PhD, Foundation Professor of Psychology, University of Nevada, Reno

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