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Psychology and Psychotherapy: Research Study

The Practice of Spiritual Therapy of Addicted Persons

  • Open or CloseOlga Ivanivna Klymyshyn*

    Department of Social Psychology and Developmental Psychology, Ukraine

    *Corresponding author:Olga Ivanivna Klymyshyn, Department of Social Psychology and Developmental Psychology, Ukraine

Submission: September 09, 2020;Published: September 14, 2020

DOI: 10.31031/PPRS.2020.04.000583

ISSN: 2639-0612
Volume4 Issue2


Each psychotherapeutic program is essentially based on a specific paradigm of studying the nature of the human personality, which determines the content of measures of psychotherapeutic care. The establishment of the anthropological paradigm of human study in modern psychology, according to which the latter is a holistic complementary unity of body-soul-spirit, led to the entry into the arena of psychotherapeutic practice of another type of therapy-spiritual. Methodical and methodological substantiation of the content of the latter is found in the works of foreign psychologists, psychiatrists, psychotherapists, theologiansagiotherapists, such as D. Amen, M. Beck, E. Biter, D. Zogar, A. Yores, T. Ivancic, E. Lukas, I. Marshall, T. Merton, G. Urs von Balthazar and others. Researchers argue that the cause of various diseases is a “pathological state of mind”.

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