Does religious psychotherapy improve anxiety and depression in religious adults? A review of randomized controlled studies.

@article{Berry2002DoesRP,
  title={Does religious psychotherapy improve anxiety and depression in religious adults? A review of randomized controlled studies.},
  author={Devon Berry},
  journal={The international journal of psychiatric nursing research},
  year={2002},
  volume={8 1},
  pages={
          875-90
        }
}
  • Devon Berry
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    2002
Nurses in mental health settings are expected to provide insightful, wholistic, and effective care. Many patients in mental health settings have concerns or needs related to spiritual or religious dimensions. Unfortunately, many of these concerns are not addressed. Religious psychotherapy (RPT) is an approach to therapy that attempts to recognize and utilize the religious beliefs of clients in treatment for the purposes of reducing mental health difficulties. The purpose of this paper is to… CONTINUE READING

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