The Spirit and Psychosomatic Therapy - The Role of the Spirit in the Diagnosis and Healing of Psychosomatic Diseases - First Edition, is an examination of the role of the spirit in the diagnosis and therapy of psychosomatic pathology. It explores the Bible, theology, psychology, sociology, psychiatry science and medicine, as they work together on the healing of diseases of the body and mind. Earlier in the book the author incurs into autobiographical insights which bears relevance to the vision about researching the spirit's influence in psychosomatic therapy. The book also explores various modes of power that bear on the therapy and homeostasis of the psychosomatic helpseeker and how the individual functions under each mode. To accomplish the research the author used questionnaires and interviews as instruments. Two case studies were also examined. From this study, the researcher concludes that the Spirit of God and the Human spirit are necessarily linked in human wholeness.
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|Size: ||1.7 MB|
|Date published: || 2013|
|ISBN: ||9781471084072 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|