Without spirituality does critical health psychology risk fostering cultural iatrogenesis?

@article{Oman2003WithoutSD,
  title={Without spirituality does critical health psychology risk fostering cultural iatrogenesis?},
  author={Doug Oman and Carl E. Thoresen},
  journal={Journal of health psychology},
  year={2003},
  volume={8 2},
  pages={223-9}
}
I N A N I M P O RTA N T contribution to ‘critical health psychology’, Prilleltensky and Prilleltensky (this issue) review and critique the field of health psychology from the perspective of critical psychology (Fox & Prilleltensky, 1997). They describe usual mainstream psychological practices, apply critical theoretical perspectives and offer suggestions for improvements at the micro (clinical), meso (e.g. schools and worksites), and macro (community) levels of psychological practice. According… CONTINUE READING

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