Forgiveness and the Healing Process: A Central Therapeutic Concern

By Cynthia Ransley; Terri Spy | Go to book overview
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Contents
Notes on contributorsix
Forewordxii
Acknowledgementsxiii
Introduction
CYNTHIA RANSLEY AND TERRI SPY 1
1 Forgiveness: themes and issues
CYNTHIA RANSLEY 10
2 Christianity, therapy and forgiveness
TERRI SPY 33
3 Be cautious about forgiveness
CYNTHIA RANSLEY 51
4 The role of forgiveness in working with couples
JANE COOPER AND MARIA GILBERT 69
5 Organisations and forgiveness: the challenge
MICHAEL CARROLL 86
6 Transformation, healing or forgiveness? Assisting victims of crime through restorative practice
GUY MASTERS 105

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