Vol 36, No 1 (2014)

Table of Contents

Front Matter PDF


The Keystone of our Science: Exploring the Premises and Promises of the Book of Mormon for Psychology and Psychotherapy PDF
Edwin Gantt, Brian Wages, Jeffrey L. Thayne 1-16
The Phenomenon of Christ-like Compassion in Non-Christian Settings PDF
Matthew R. Draper 17-28
Book of Mormon Premise in Psychology and Psychotherapy: A Unique Approach? PDF
Michael J. Richardson 29-38
"The Things of My Soul": Notes on the Book of Mormon and Psychology PDF
John Gee 39-48
Can a Keystone Save A Broken Arch? PDF
Robert Gleave 49-52
The Book of Mormon, Psychology, and Critical Dialogue: That All Might be Edified and Rejoice Together PDF
Edwin Gantt, Brian Wages, Jeffrey Thayne 53-56
Scrupulosity: Practical Treatment Considerations Drawn from Clinical and Ecclesiastical Experiences with Latter-day Saint Persons Struggling with Religiously-oriented Obsessive Compulsive Disorders PDF
Kyle N. Weir, Mandy Greaves, Christopher Kelm, Rahul Ragu, Rick Denno 57-70
Exploring Perceived Attitudes of Counseling between LDS Religious Leaders and Mental Health Therapists PDF
G. E. Kawika Allen, Curtis Hill 71-82
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ISSN: 1945-7383