Editor-in-Chief: Kristin Hansen, Ph.D., Brigham Young University-Provo, US
Associate Editor: Edwin E. Gantt, Ph.D., Brigham Young University-Provo, US

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 38, Number 1 (2017)

Front Matter


Letter from the Editor
Kristin L. Hansen

Articles and Essays


No Safety in Solipsism
Aaron P. Jackson


The Experience of Parents of Early-Returned Missionaries
Kristine J. Doty-Yells, Harmony Packer, Malisa M. Drake-Brooks, Russell T. Warne, and Cameron R. John


Grace as Psychotherapy: Suggestions for Therapists with Latter-day Saint Clients
Matthew R. Draper, James S. McGraw, Daniel Sturtevant, and Richard D. Draper


Life's Lessons: Reflections on a Disciple Scholar
Colleagues and Students of Dr. Robert L. Gleave


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