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Religion and mental health

a casebook with commentary, and An essay on pertinent literature.

by Hans F. Hofmann

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  • 19 Currently reading

Published by Harper in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pastoral psychology,
  • Psychotherapy -- Cases, clinical reports, statistics

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliography.

    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBV4012 .H63
    The Physical Object
    Pagination333 p.
    Number of Pages333
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5819398M
    LC Control Number61005262
    OCLC/WorldCa1044394

    AMERICAN VALUES, MENTAL HEALTH, AND USING TECHNOLOGY IN THE AGE OF TRUMP Findings from the Baylor Religion Survey, Wave 5 I. THE . Religion and Family Formation Tim B. Heaton and Kristen L. Goodman Tim B. Heaton and Kristen L. Goodman, “Religion and Family Formation,” in Religion, Mental Health, and the Latter-day Saints, ed. Daniel K. Judd (Provo, UT: Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University, ), –

      He has a longstanding interest in the relationship between religion, spirituality and mental health, and was the lead editor of a book based on the work of Paul Tournier. He co-authored Modern Management of Perinatal Mental Disorder, and has published widely in perinatal mental health and transcultural psychiatry. Mental Health Benefits of Religion Religion gives people something to believe in, provides a sense of structure and typically offers a group of people to connect with over similar beliefs. These facets can have a large positive impact on mental health— research suggests that religiosity reduces suicide rates, alcoholism and drug use.

    Religion and Mental Health Book Series Beliefs, Research, and Applications for: Protestant Christianity Catholic Christianity, Judaism Islam Hinduism Buddhism (see below for description of each book in series).   If religion were akin to a mental illness one would expect to see significant correlation of “anti-social” or rigid/paranoid thinking with belief in religion.


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Religion and Mental Health: Research and Clinical Applications summarizes research on how religion may help people better cope or exacerbate their stress, covering its relationship to depression, anxiety, suicide, substance abuse, well-being, happiness, life satisfaction, optimism, generosity, gratitude and meaning and purpose in life.

The book looks across religions and 5/5(1). Religion and Mental Health: Research and Clinical Applications summarizes research on how religion may help people better cope or exacerbate their stress, covering its relationship to depression, anxiety, suicide, substance abuse, well-being, happiness, life satisfaction, optimism, generosity, gratitude and meaning and purpose in life.

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It presents research on the association between religion and personality, coping behavior, anxiety, depression, psychoses, and 5/5(1). In fact, there is an ongoing tension between psychiatry and religion, manifesting itself in high rates of atheism among mental health professionals, as well as skepticism towards religion among.

Included are papers on the interaction of religion and self-esteem, life meaning and Religion and mental health book, sexual and marital adjustment, anxiety, depression, suicide, psychoticism, rationality, self-actualization, and various patterns of anti-social behavior. Religion and mental health book Religion is also dealt with in relation to mental health of women, the elderly, and s: 1.

Religion, Mental Health, and the Latter-Day Saints book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5(6). The importance of the relationship between religion and mental health is recognized exists. Patients do have spiritual needs that should be identified and addressed, but psychiatrists and other mental health professionals do not feel comfortable tackling these issues.

Adequate training is necessary to integrate spirituality into clinical by: About the Book This publication explores the relationship between religion and mental health—a highly debated issue among both social scientists and lay people.

In this volume, research that has been conducted on members of The Church of. Religion has often been seen by mental health professionals in Western societies as irrational, outdated, and dependency forming and has been viewed to result in emotional instability.

3 InAlbert Ellis, 4 the founder of rational emotive therapy, wrote in the Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology that there was an irrefutable Cited by: Journal of Religion and Health explores the most contemporary modes of religious and spiritual thought with particular emphasis on their relevance to current medical and psychological research.

Taking an eclectic approach to the study of human values, health, and emotional welfare, this international interdisciplinary journal publishes original peer-reviewed articles that.

The Handbook of Religion and Mental Health is a useful resource for mental health professionals, religious professionals, and counselors.

The book describes how religious beliefs and practices relate to mental health and influence mental health care. It presents research on the association between religion and personality, coping behavior, anxiety, depression, psychoses, and Reviews: 1.

Faith and Health: Psychological Perspectives is a book of scientific psychology on the relationship between religious faith and by Thomas G. Plante and Allen C.

Sherman, the book was published in the United States in The book includes 16 chapters divided among four major parts that focus on general population outcomes (such as impacts on Author: Thomas G. Plante & Allen C. Sherman. Religion and Mental Health: Research and Clinical Applications summarizes research on how religion may help people better cope or exacerbate their stress, covering its relationship to depression, anxiety, suicide, substance abuse, well-being, happiness, life satisfaction, optimism, generosity, gratitude and meaning and purpose in life.

The book looks across religions and. The Handbook of Religion and Mental Health is a useful resource for mental health professionals, religious professionals, and counselors.

The book describes how religious beliefs and practices relate to mental health and influence mental health care. It presents research on the association between religion and personality, coping behavior, anxiety, depression, psychoses,/5(8). ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: The psychopathology of religion: European historical perspectives / Jacob A.

Belzen --Religion and the mental health of women / Robert A. Bridges and Bernard Spilka --Mental health consequences of irreligion / John F. Schumaker --Religion and sexual. Faith and Mental Health: Religious Resources for Healing. Harold G. Koenig, M.D. (Templeton Foundation Press, ) Description: [From the publisher] In this book, Dr.

Harold Koenig opens a window on mental health, providing an unprecedented source of practical information about the relationship between religion and mental health.

George Christian Anderson, T.S.B., D.D. is Founder and Honorary President, Academy of Religion and Mental Health. Goals of mental health: doctor must see the dynamic qualities in the doctor-patient relationship. To see the broad patterns of human motivation and the common causes of emotional disturbance.

The Handbook of Religion and Mental Health is a useful resource for mental health professionals, religious professionals, and counselors. The book describes how religious beliefs and practices relate to mental health and influence mental health care. It presents research on the association between religion and personality, coping behavior, anxiety, depression, psychoses, and.

Some people say that terms like “recovery from religion” and “religious trauma syndrome” are just atheist attempts to pathologize religious belief. Winell: Mental health professionals have enough to do without going out looking for new pathology. I never set out looking for a “niche topic,” and certainly not religious trauma syndrome.

Based on these findings, the Part 1 paper was designed to see if the four religious/spirituality categories were associated with physical and mental health outcomes.

Given my. Integral to the book’s exploration of the relationship between health and religion are the trends that have occurred in society over the last century. You will learn about significant demographic changes, changes in health and health care, and shifts in values, attitudes, and religious conviction, all of which have direct implications for Cited by:   In his book Under the Banner of Heaven: The practices of Scientology and Mormon fundamentalism are far from the only examples of this oft-blurred line between religion and mental health care.According to Google Scholar, the 1st edition of the Handbook, published inis the most cited of any book or research article on religion and health in the past forty years (Google ).