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« on: February 23, 2010, 12:35:58 AM »

Here is the link.

He has a book called, "Imago Dei Psychotherapy A Catholic Conceptualization" which I mean to acquire one of these days. Apparently Fr. Ripperger knows the fellow.

This fellow sounds like he could be a pearl beyond price to find for anyone in need who is in the area.
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« Reply #1 on: February 23, 2010, 12:42:57 AM »

Here is the link.

He has a book called, "Imago Dei Psychotherapy A Catholic Conceptualization" which I mean to acquire one of these days. Apparently Fr. Ripperger knows the fellow.

This fellow sounds like he could be a pearl beyond price to find for anyone in need who is in the area.


From the praises of the book:

In this short treatise on clinical psychology, we find a current presentation which is fully in accord with traditional scholastic philosophy and theology. The whole Catholic worldview of man made in the image of God, a composite being of spirit and matter, is the philosophical basis of Imago Dei Psychotherapy. This is an invaluable tool for Catholic counselors, psychologists and psychiatrists whose goal it is to bring their therapants to a state of mental health which is in accord with both the natural law and divine revelation.

Fr. Kenneth Baker, SJ
Editor, Homiletic and Pastoral Review
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