Therapy in the 21st century cannot be guided soley by attention to intra-psychic or intra-familial factors. As the surrounding social and cultural environment continues to become more unstable, threatening, and dangerous, fear and depression become increasingly common, reality-based responses. These reponses are not a surprise to those acquainted with ancient and modern scriptures, which predict times of unprecedented trouble with accompanying widespread terror and despair; and which also identifies an alternative, more healthful response to the context of our current social enviroment. Finally, it articulates what AMCAP and its individual members can do to ""public peace"" in these times of unprecedented and ever-escalating cultural turmoil.
Wrigley, Carrie Maxwell
"Dealing with Fear and Depression in a 21st-Century Context,"
Issues in Religion and Psychotherapy: Vol. 27:
1, Article 7.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/irp/vol27/iss1/7