1. Introduction. PART I: PHILOSOPHICAL FOUNDATIONS. 2. Themes That Unite Counseling and Spirituality: A Pilgrim''s Journey. 3. Evil and Counseling. 4. Suffering and Counseling. 5. Guilt and Mental Health. PART II: PRACTICAL IMPLICATIONS. 6. Discernment to Epiphany: Inclusion of Religion and Spirituality in the Assessment Process. 7. Interventions. 8. The Spirituality of the Twelve-Steps. PART III: PERSONAL EXPLORATIONS. 9. Counselor Belief System Self-Assessment. 10. The Journey Continues: Some Final Thoughts. Appendices.
Christopher M. Faiver is a summa cum laude graduate of Hiram College, where he majored in Religion and Spanish, attaining honors in both undergraduate majors. He is a member of Phi Beta Kappa. His Master's in Student Personnel Administration in Higher Education (Counseling specialty) was conferred by Case Western Reserve University. Dr. Faiver also received his Ph.D. in Educational Psychology (Counseling specialty) from Case Western Reserve University. Licensed in Counseling and Psychology in Ohio, he is certified nationally as a counselor by NBCC and as a clinical consultant in hypnosis by the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis. He is listed in the National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology. He has made numerous presentations and is the author of many journal articles and two books. Recently, he and co-authors have completed a book on spirituality and counseling for Brooks/Cole-Wadsworth Publishing. Dr. Faiver is a Professor and Coordinator of the Community Counseling Master's program at John Carroll University in Cleveland, OH. Elliott Ingersoll is a Professor and coordinator of counseling programs in the department of Counseling, Administration, Supervision, and Adult Learning in the College of Education and Human Services at Cleveland State University in Cleveland, Ohio. He is a licensed psychologist and clinical counselor in the state of Ohio, where his areas of specialization are mood disorders, anxiety disorders, religious and spiritual problems, and substance abuse. Dr. Ingersoll is author or co-author of seven books and over two dozen journal articles and book chapters. His areas of publication are psychopharmacology, spirituality, and psychopathology. He lives in Kent, Ohio.
1. Introduction. 2. Archethemes That Unite Counseling and Spirituality: The Pilgrim's Journey. 3. Evil and Counseling. 4. The Story of Job and Human Suffering. 5. Guilt and Mental Health 6. Discernment to Epiphany: Inclusion of Religion and Spirituality in the Assessment Process. 7. Interventions. 8. The Spirituality of the Twelve Steps. 9. Counselor Belief System Self-Assessment. 10. The Journey Continues: Some Final Thoughts. Appendices.