spiritual therapy

spiritual therapy

Etymology: L, spiritus, breath; Gk, therapeia, treatment
a form of counseling or psychotherapy that involves moral, spiritual, and religious influences on behavior and physical health; the use of spiritual and religious beliefs and values to strengthen the self.

spiritual therapy

The use of beliefs, religious practices, and prayer to treat disease.
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com)-- An innovative new product designed to enhance an already highly beneficial form of physical and spiritual therapy, the Smart Aroma Diffuser, has been developed by co-inventors Owen and Adam Schultz of Lakeville, Minnesota.
In the realm of substance abuse treatment also spiritual dimension has been explored and this book delineates the approach of spiritual therapy for substance abuse and addiction problems.
Summary: CAIRO - A small, blank piece of paper may have little meaning for you, but to those who make origami it represents an opportunity to make a masterpiece or your wishes and dreams come true or act as spiritual therapy.
Muslim, Jewish), or even from (c) spiritual therapy, which might explore spiritual concepts without situating counseling within a particular religious tradition.
Summary: FUJAIRAH - The Khorfakkan Criminal Court on Monday convicted two Emirati exorcists of causing the death of a UAE woman in her 20s while she was undergoing an alleged spiritual therapy session.
This man's words witness to the wisdom of directing those who kill to pursue healing through the spiritual therapy of repentance.
o Psychological aspect = each patient undergoes a comprehensive psychological assessment to diagnose any pre-existing or drug or alcohol related psychological disease and is then provided with appropriate treatment that includes in addition to medication, individual therapy, group therapy, family therapy, and spiritual therapy.
The facilities provide a comprehensive, patient-centered and multidisciplinary path to cancer care by integrating state-of-the-art medical treatments with complementary and alternative therapies such as nutrition, naturopathy, psychological counseling and spiritual therapy.
He then looks at ethical matters concerning spiritual therapy, using meditation, anger and forgiveness, and intervention, all including specific case examples.
There was a two-for-one offer for shoppers visiting Europe's biggest mall ( retail and spiritual therapy.
She, Russ and their two sons moved to Australia's Byron Bay, which is famous for its spiritual therapy for cancer patients.
He has exercised spiritual therapy with homosexuals for 40 years, is the founder of Courage, a healing community for Catholics struggling to overcome homosexual orientation, and has written extensively on the subject.