Psyche: The Soul of Therapy (Explorations in Faith, Meaning, and Commitment

eBook (PDF), 334 Pages
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Psychotherapy has become big business but is in danger of veering from its original purpose. This book purports to redefine therapy as a spiritual practice requiring discipline and a process of creating meaning for one’s life. The word “psyche” originally meant “soul” and it is that which this book leads the reader back to. As a professional psychotherapist, Dr. Matise describes Freud as not just the discoverer of psychoanalysis but as one who was more spiritual in his approach than is given credit. The book calls therapy back to its roots and original intentions as “soul-work.” Therapy is not just for the sick of mind, but more and more acceptable to all people as our modern lives become busier and more detached from one another. The pressures to succeed and be happy, though widely held Western beliefs, have left individual’s lives defunct and devoid of real meaning. This book provides a context to discuss the perennial questions and... More > other pertinent issues in the context of the therapeutic milieu.< Less
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September 28, 2011
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