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Lovinger, R.J. (2002). The Guide to Pastoral Counseling and Care: Gary Ahlskog and Harry Sands, Madison, CT: Psychosocial Press, 2000, 398 pp., $60.00Psychotherapy with Priests, Protestant Clergy, and Catholic Religious: A Practical Guide, by Joseph W. Ciarrocchi and Robert J. Wicks, Madison, CT: Psychosocial Press, 2000, 210 pp., $40.00Spirituality, Ethics, and Relationship in Adulthood: Clinical and Theoretical Explorations, edited by Melvin E. Miller and Alan N. West, Madison, CT: Psychosocial Press, 2000, 413 pp., $62.50.. Psychoanal. Psychol., 19(2):398-402.

(2002). Psychoanalytic Psychology, 19(2):398-402

The Guide to Pastoral Counseling and Care: Gary Ahlskog and Harry Sands, Madison, CT: Psychosocial Press, 2000, 398 pp., $60.00Psychotherapy with Priests, Protestant Clergy, and Catholic Religious: A Practical Guide, by Joseph W. Ciarrocchi and Robert J. Wicks, Madison, CT: Psychosocial Press, 2000, 210 pp., $40.00Spirituality, Ethics, and Relationship in Adulthood: Clinical and Theoretical Explorations, edited by Melvin E. Miller and Alan N. West, Madison, CT: Psychosocial Press, 2000, 413 pp., $62.50.

Review by:
Robert J. Lovinger, Ph.D.

Some 90 percent of the American public has at least a conventional affiliation with religion, according to national polls over the last 50 years, yet psychology is one of the professions with a level of religious affiliation variously estimated at 30 to 40 percent. So patients for whom religion is or was important in their lives are quite likely to appear in treatment, and most analysts or therapists are unprepared to understand and professionally respond to the issues these patients raise. Recently, the American Psychological Association (APA) has published three broad, well-structured volumes to fill this gap (Richards & Bergin, 1997, 2000; Shafranske, 1996).

If you are interested in learning about the life of religious professionals and the communities with which they work, the three books reviewed here deal with areas that the APA publications do not, with varying degrees of effectiveness. They are all recently published by a division of International Universities Press and are a very diverse set.

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