|Editor-in-Chief:||Lane Fischer, Brigham Young University|
|Editors:||Kristin Hansen, Brigham Young University|
Welcome to Issues in Religion and Psychotherapy.
Issues in Religion and Psychotherapy is an online peer-reviewed journal addressing the interface between revealed religion and psychology; specifically, issues of spirituality and the influence of doctrine of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS) in psychotherapy, including the study of counseling in a spiritual context. It is devoted to influencing the field of counseling and psychotherapy through the study of related scholarship in religion, LDS doctrine, spirituality and ethics.
Current Issue: Volume 37, Number 1 (2015)
Articles and Essays
Return with Trauma: Understanding the Experiences of Early Returned Missionaries
Kristine J. Doty, S. Zachary Bullock, Harmony Packer, Russell T. Warner, James Westwood, Thomas Ash, and Heather Hirsch
Why Do People Want to Get Married? Marriage Insights from Young LDS Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Terisa P. Gabrielsen and Ellie L. Young
Responses to Articles
Response to Commentaries on A New Definition of Tolerance
Michael R. Williams and Aaron P. Jackson