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Purpose This study investigated clients' willingness to incorporate religion/spirituality in their counseling sessions. Methods Descriptive statistics, logistic regression, and test of moderation were utilized in this study's data analyses. Results Clients in general were willing to incorporate religion/spirituality in counseling sessions. Non-Christians were more willing than Christians. The relationship between clients' religion and their willingness occurred only in clients with a high level of spirituality. Conclusion Rehabilitation educators should consider infusing religion/spirituality in their courses/curricula and encourage students to gain knowledge of various religion/spiritual beliefs in ways that provide a springboard for incorporating religion/spirituality in counseling.
Rehabilitation Research, Policy and Education – Springer Publishing
Published: Mar 26, 2021
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