Religion, Spirituality & CBT

Religious observance, spiritual practice and cognitive-behavioral therapy are fellow travelers. While each covers its own ground and has its particular vocabulary, all share a common destination: life lived in accord with the way things really are.

In a recent meeting of our weekly online consultation group, All Things CBT, senior faculty took up the question of the interrelationships among religion, spirituality and CBT. Please sit in on our illuminating conversation.

About Daniel Mintie

Daniel Mintie is a cogntive behavioral therapist with 28 years' experience treating PTSD. He teaches CBT at universities and training centers worldwide.

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  1. Robert says

    Very much needed, I too believe
    Religious observance, spiritual practice and cognitive-behavioral therapy are fellow travelers.

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