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Religions, Volume 8, Issue 11 (November 2017)
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Cover Story The role of mental health clients’ religion and spirituality (RS) has been identified as an element [...] Read more. The role of mental health clients’ religion and spirituality (RS) has been identified as an element of diversity worth assessing and integrating in treatment. Further, Namaste Theory posits that helping professionals’ RS is related to, and in some cases predictive of, their views and behaviors regarding the integration of clients’ RS. Thus, understanding helping professionals’ (e.g., psychologists, clinical social workers, marriage and family therapists, nurses, and professional counselors) RS beliefs/practices and how they compare is important. This article describes a survey of 536 licensed helping professionals in Texas to understand and compare their levels of intrinsic religiosity, degree to which they consider themselves religious/spiritual, RS practices, and religious affiliations. View the paper