SPIRITUAL BYPASS: CLINICAL IMPLICATIONS FOR SPIRITUALLY ACTIVE CLIENTS
1226 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA by Gwen M. White, Psy.D.
We’re pausing our discussion of desires and the small self for a week. Look for more next week. This seminar focuses on more in-depth training for therapists on addressing the impasse of spiritual bypass with spiritually active Christian clients.
For the clinician working with spiritually active clients, faith can be a great benefit and paradoxically can also become a block to the client’s growth. This seminar explores the current research on this impasse and offers clinical implications, interventions, and an invitation to further dialogue with case materials for discussion.
Regular readers of this blog, will remember the series on spiritual bypass ( January 25, February 1, 8, & 15 of this year). We’ll have space for dialog, questions, and lots of application to case material. I hope you will consider attending if you’re able. Tickets and additional information are available here: Hallowood Institute Presents – Spiritual Bypass. Continental Breakfast included. APA Continuing Education credits available.
I will present along with my colleague Akua Opoku-Boateng, PhD, LPC. (pictures below)
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