Psychotherapy

Topic:

CBT and Naturalism

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Baldwin, A.S. & Slife, B. D. (2002, August).  Three silent assumptions in cognitive-behavioral theory and therapy.  Paper to be presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Chicago, Illinois.

Topic:

Evaluating psychotherapy theory: Dualistic and Nondualistic approaches to truth

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Slife, B. D. & Richardson, M. (2009).  Evaluating the philosophies of theory-building in case studies.  Pragmatic Case Studies in Psychotherapy, 5 (3), 108 - 125.

Topic:

Including God in Psychotherapy

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Slife, B. D., Stevenson, T., & Wendt, D. (2010).  Including God in psychotherapy:  Weak vs. strong theism.  Journal of Psychology and Theology, 38 (3), 163 - 174.

Topic:

Inescapable Values in Psychotherapy

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Slife, B. D., Smith, A. M., & Burchfield, C. (2003).  Psychotherapists as crypto-missionaries:  An exemplar on the crossroads of history, theory, and philosophy.  In D.B. Hill & M.J. Kral (Eds.) About psychology: Essays at the crossroads of history, theory, and philosophy.  Pp. 55 - 72.  Albany, NY:  SUNY Press.

Topic:

Psychotherapy and Naturalism

Reference:

 

Slife, B. D. (2004).  Theoretical challenges to therapy practice and research:  The constraint of naturalism.  In M. Lambert (Ed.)  Handbook of psychotherapy and behavior change.  pp. 44 - 83.  New York:  Wiley.

Topic:

Psychotherapy and Scientism

Reference:

 

Slife, B. D., Ghelfi, E. C., & Fox, S. T. (2018).  Psychotherapy and scientism:  Two problematic responses and a way forward.  In E. Gantt and R. Williams (Eds.), On hijacking science: Exploring the nature and consequences of overreach in psychology.  New York:  Routledge Publications.

Topic:

Radical Relational Therapy in Practice

Reference:

 

Slife, B. D. (2005, August).  A radically relational approach to psychotherapy.  Paper to be presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.

Topic:

Religious Implications of Western Personality TheoriesIdeology of Empiricism

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Slife, B. D. (2012).  Religious implications of Western personality theories.  Pastoral Psychology, 61 (5), 797 - 808.

Topic:

Spirituality and Theology in Psychotherapy

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Slife, B. D. & Richards, P. S. (2001).  How separable are spirituality and theology in psychotherapy?  Counseling and Values, 45 (3), 190 - 206.

Topic:

Theism and Liberal Individualism

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Slife, B. D., Scott, L., & McDonald, A. (2016).  The clash of liberal individualism and theism in psychotherapy:  A case illustration. Open Theology, 2 (1), 595 - 604.

Topic:

Theism and Therapeutic Community

Reference:

 

Slife, B. D., Mitchell, L. J., & Whoolery, M. (2004).  A theistic approach to therapeutic community:  Non-naturalism and the Alldredge Academy.  In S. Richards & A. Bergin (Eds.), Casebook for a spiritual strategy in counseling and psychotherapy.  pp. 35 - 54. Washington, D.C.:  APA Books.

Topic:

Values in Counseling Research

Reference:

 

Slife, B. D. (2008).  A primer of the values implicit in counseling research.  Counseling and Values, 53 (1), 8 - 21.

Topic:

Virtue Ethics in Practice

Reference:

 

Slife, B. D. (2012).  Virtue ethics in practice:  The Greenbrier Academy.  Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology, 32 (1), 35 - 42.