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The wide variety of psychotherapies that psychologists and students of psychology face can make for a confusing picture. The level of complexity is multiplied for Christians since they must ask how a particular psychotherapy fits (or doesn’t fit) with a Christian understanding of persons and their suffering. In this expanded and thoroughly update edition, Stanton Jones and Richard Butman continue to offer a careful analysis and penetrating critiques of the myriad of psychotherapies now current in the field of psychology including: Classical PsychoanalysisContemporary Psychodynamic PsychotherapiesBehavior TherapyCognitive TherapyPerson-Centered TherapyExperiential TherapiesFamily Systems Theory and TherapyTwo valuable new chapters have been added: "Community Psychology and Preventative Intervention Strategies" and "Christian Psychotherapy and the Person of the Christian Psychotherapist." Opening and closing chapters discuss foundational concerns on the integration of psychology and theology and present the authors' call for a "responsible eclecticism."Modern Psychotherapiesremains an indispensable resource.
Stanton L. Jones (Ph.D., Arizona State University) is provost and professor of psychology at Wheaton Collage in Wheaton, Illinois. He is a member of the American Psychological Association and served on the Council of Representatives, the central governing body of the APA, representing the Psychology of Religion division from 1999 to 2001. He is the author of several books and has published many articles and chapters. Richard E. Butman (Ph.D., Fuller Graduate School of Psychology) is a licensed clinical psychologist and professor of psychology at Wheaton College. He also coauthored the companion to this volume. Modern Psychopathologies (with Mark A. Yarhouse and Barrett W. McRay), and has contributed articles to various reference works.
Table of Contents
|The Integration of Psychology and Christianity||p. 27|
|A Christian View of Persons||p. 60|
|The Psychodynamic Psychologies|
|Classical Psychoanalysis||p. 94|
|Contemporary Psychodynamic Psychotherapies||p. 135|
|The Cognitive and Behavioral Psychologies|
|Behavior Therapy||p. 166|
|Cognitive Therapy||p. 201|
|The Humanistic and Experiential Psychologies|
|Person-Centered Therapy||p. 361|
|Experiential Therapies||p. 291|
|The Systemic Psychologies|
|Family Systems Theory and Therapy||p. 346.|
|Community Psychology and Preventative Intervention Strategies||p. 398|
|Toward Christian Psychologies|
|Responsible Eclecticism and the Challenges of Contemporary Practice||p. 434|
|Christian Psychotherapy and the Person of the Christian Psychotherapist||p. 459|
|Author Index||p. 482|
|Subject Index||p. 491|
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