Therapy (Life Balance)

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This implied not only helping the counsellee in the various spiritual disciplines but also in working out their spirituality in their everyday ordinary life. We are using the term on this site as synonymous with psychotherapy, which is the application of techniques aimed at improving a person’s mental, social, and interpersonal functioning. Albert Ellis argued that the genetic contribution is very strong, even evolutionarily determined, but this idea is still a subject of scientific scrutiny in genetic and neuroscience-based research paradigms (see David et al., 2010).

Pages: 79

Publisher: Franklin Watts (September 2003)

ISBN: 0531122697

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