Using the Developmental Counseling and Therapy Model to Work with a Client in Spiritual Bypass: Some Preliminary Considerations
At a time when attention to spirituality within the counseling profession is unparalleled, 1 potential problem is that clients who engage in spiritual bypass will be supported in this dysfunctional pattern by their counselor. The purpose of this article is to define and describe spiritual bypass and to discuss the use of the developmental counseling and therapy model to assess and intervene with a client who is in spiritual bypass.
Montclair State University Digital Commons Citation
Cashwell, Craig S.; Myers, Jane E.; and Shurts, Matthew, "Using the Developmental Counseling and Therapy Model to Work with a Client in Spiritual Bypass: Some Preliminary Considerations" (2004). Department of Counseling Scholarship and Creative Works. 82.