volume 54, issue 1, P299-306 1981
DOI: 10.1111/j.2044-8341.1981.tb02567.x
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Abstract: 299This article presents and discusses: (a) some of the diagnostic and psychotherapeutic problems which emerged when dealing with extremely religious Jewish young men; and (b) conscious ethical questions and unperceived counter-transference reactions to religion and religious patients which may overburden the therapist's helping capacity, thereby curtailing the beneficial extent of his intervention.effects of carrying out institutional therapy with this particular kind of patient are also analysed.The setting…

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