The history of psychotherapy includes theorists and practitioners with a bias against spirituality and religion, there have always been those who found effective ways to include spiritual wisdom in psychotherapeutic work.
Just like many scientists come to the conclusion that there is "something" that is holding the atoms, the universe together
cognitive, emotions, behaviour
Spiritual Psychotherapy incorporates the best of traditional psychotherapy with the most current modalities of holistic healing. Approaching each person as a complete physical, emotional, mental and spiritual being, this multi-leveled approach to healing helps guide the individual to discover, explore and implement his or her true expression of Self.
What Is Spiritual Wellness?Spirituality and health are connected. Just as physical wellness describes health in the body, spiritual wellness describes health in the spirit. Spiritual wellness can relate to religious belief. Some people link their spiritual wellness to the natural world. Others define it by their relationships to others. Still others may nurture spiritual wellness by living a fulfilling life according to their personal values. However spiritual wellness is defined, it involves a connection between people and something greater than themselves. This could be a higher power, a person’s own sense of meaning and purpose, or values or belief systems. Emotional and mental health, physical health, and spiritual health are all part of total wellness. The mind and body are connected, so when wellness in one area is lacking, other areas of health might be affected.
People in good spiritual health may ...
Be hopeful and optimistic, even when things are difficult