This is a case report that depicts spiritual integration in grief psychotherapy with a culture-sensitive perspective. Topics addressed by this article include: 1) The impact of death of a neonate on an individual’s faith; 2) The role of psychosocial development and factors on the process of grieving; 3) Therapist self-disclosure as a tool in working with resistance.
Journal of Psychology and Theology – SAGE
Published: Jun 1, 2018
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