Psychosis and spirituality consolidating the new paradigm 2nd edition
This new edition covers the most recent body of research, both qualitative and quantitative, in its The new edition of this successful text builds on the very latest research to present an original and unique exploration of the psychology of both spirituality and psychosis.
It examines points of congruence, difference, and incongruence among and between theories and beliefs concerning how psychosis and mystical religious experiences are understood.
In criminal law, the term insanity can be applied to most forms of psychoses, although defenses based on insanity have been relatively rare.
The editor brings together fascinating perspectives from a broad range of distinguished contributors.
The roles of personal experience and culture in both psychology and theology are discussed.
Particular attention is focused on the importance of vertical experience to human beings, especially in light of the argument that human nature is three-dimensional (body, psyche, spirit) rather than two-dimensional (body, psyche).
This book shows how this challenge can be addressed, along with introducing and evaluating an important advance in the practice of individual CBT for working with crisis, suited to inpatient work and crisis teams.
The book covers a brief cross-diagnosis adaptation of CBT, employing arousal management and mindfulness, developed and evaluated by the editors.
This has led to the addition of ten new chapters, and an expanded clinical section, which will be highly relevant to clinicians working with psychosis.