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Pop psychology, with its ubiquitous half-truths, is the product of an attachment disorder of the deepest kind that binds us to false ways of living and false perceptions of what is real. What we need, argue John Coe and Todd Hall, is a truly transformative psychology that is thoroughly integrated with, informed by and shaped by the rich Christian tradition of spiritual formation. What we need is a psychology transformed by the Spirit.
Mark A. Yarhouse, Psy.D., Hughes Chair of Christian Thought in Mental Health Practice and Professor of Psychology, Regent University John H. Coe (Ph.D., University of California, Irvine) is the director of the Institute for Spiritual Formation at Biola University, La Mirada, California. He is also associate professor of spiritual theology and philosophy at the Rosemead Graduate School of Psychology. Todd W. Hall (Ph.D., Biola University) is director of the Institute for Research on Psychology and Spirituality at Biola University. He is also an associate professor of psychology at Biola and the editor of the Journal of Psychology and Theology.
Table of Contents
Introduction: Psychology at Confession
Our Journeys Toward a Transformational Psychology
Foundations for a Transformational Psychology
Ways of Seeing Christianity and Psychology
Foundations and Contours of a Transformational Psychology
Transformation of the Psychologist and the Spiritual-Epistemological Disciplines and Virtues (Level 1)
Methodology for Doing Transformational Psychology in The Spirit (Level 2)
Methodological Problems Confronting Contemporary Psychology as a Science
An Old Testament Model for a Transformational Science and Psychology
Faith and Reality Constraints on Doing Psychology in the Spirit
The Knowledge Spiral in a Science of Values
The Content of a Transformational Psychology (Level 3)
The Data for a Transformational Psychology and the Uniqueness of Scripture
The Person as Spirit: Personal Identity, Natures, Freedom and Relationality
The Person as Spirit: Human Attachment and Relationality
The Person as Spirit: Beyond Relationality to Union
A Transformational Approach to Psychopathology, Sin and the Demonic
A Transformational Psychology of Health and Wholeness Inside and Outside of Faith
Transformational Psychology and The Praxis of Soul Care (Level 4)
Psychotherapy and the Spiritual Stories We Live By
Ancient and Modern Soul Care: Toward Mending the Split Between Mind and Spirit
The Ultimate Goal of a Transformational Psychology (Level 5)
Transformational Psychology in the Christian University and Seminary
Subject and Author Index
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