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Integrative psychotherapy; toward a comprehensive Christian approach.


Integrative psychotherapy; toward a comprehensive Christian approach.

McMinn, Mark R. and Clark D. Campbell.

InterVarsity Press


404 pages




Students interested in combining their Christian faith with psychotherapy generally get little help, or indeed sympathy, from either the religious or secular side, say McMinn and Campbell (both psychology, George Fox U., Oregon). They set out what they intend to be a model of integration that avoids what they describe as the ditches on both sides of the road. Their goal is to help people who are already Christians become psychotherapists without abandoning their core values, not to indoctrinate anyone with Christianity.

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