Acknowledgements Introduction Ch. 1: Mental Health and Religion: A Complex Relationship Ch. 2: Religion in Mental Health Care: Patients' Views Ch. 3: Religion in Mental Health Care: Psychotherapists' Views Ch. 4: Psychotherapy and Religious Problems: Illustration by Means of a Case History Ch. 5: Religious Coping in Two Samples of Psychiatric Inpatients Ch. 6: "When I Find Myself in Times of Trouble ...": Pargament's Religious Coping Scales in the Netherlands Ch. 7: "Bridge over Troubled Water": Further Results Regarding The Receptive Coping Scale Ch. 8: Clinical Psychology of Religion. A Training Model Bibliography Subject Index About the authors
Dr. Joseph Z.T. Pieper (1953) is assistant professor of psychology of religion and pastoral psychology at the Department of Theology at Utrecht University and at the Catholic Theological University Utrecht, the Netherlands. Prof. dr. Marinus H.F. van Uden (1952) is professor of clinical psychology of religion at Tilburg University and Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherlands. He is a licensed clinical psychologist and psychotherapist.