The Minor Sparklings Project

A growing number of psychotherapists from all backgrounds are seeking legitimate ways of coming to terms with and integrating spirituality into their clinical practice. For many of these therapists, spirituality is not an additional element to be considered, but the fundamental context out of which growth and healing occur. Yet there is a widespread lack of communication about these issues, in part because the official stance in most psychologically-rooted psychotherapy is still antithetical toward spirituality. This stance is heavily influenced by a narrowly-defined understanding of science.

-- A. J. Han van den Blink, Ph.D., Felicity Kelcourse, Ph.D., and David E. Roy, Ph.D.