Summary Many Christians fear that their faith is incompatible with the discipline of psychology. This information is also used to understand across studies how therapists' religiousness relates to their helping style with clients from varying religious and spiritual backgrounds.
With that known, proper integration of psychology, spirituality and theology is imperative to have a successful and healthy therapeutic relationship. The information obtained during this research work has facilitated in understanding several studies which have considered the same ideas and have identified the ways in which Thus, it is important for counselors to understand how their own religious and spiritual culture may differ from that of the general populace and the clients whom they serve.
It will also discuss how effective the approach is or is not when applied within Christian or Religious counseling. Include a discussion of: 1. Garza Abstract Spirituality is not easily defined; many people tend to confuse spirituality with religion and when they are two completely different things their meaning and how they can be implemented into counseling will be discussed.
The other purpose or aim of carrying out this research was to investigate and identify through meta-analysis the connections among the personal religiousness of therapists and counselors and different variables related to counseling therapies.
American Counseling Association, Stevenson Ave. This article has considered several different aims. A second purpose of this study was to explore via meta-analysis links between the personal religiousness of counselors and therapists and several counseling-related variables.