Psychotherapy and the Mormon Faith

@article{Lyon2013PsychotherapyAT,
  title={Psychotherapy and the Mormon Faith},
  author={Stephanie J. Lyon},
  journal={Journal of Religion and Health},
  year={2013},
  volume={52},
  pages={622-630}
}
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, also known as the Mormon Church, is a Christian faith with a large presence across the globe. Although Mormon doctrine suggests that faith in Jesus allows people to overcome weakness and heal from pain, Mormon people are not immune from experiencing periods of mental and emotional suffering. The deeply held religious beliefs of Mormons can influence the nature of the psychological difficulties a Mormon individual is prone to experiencing, how and… 
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