Christian Psychotherapy in Context combines theology with the latest research in clinical psychology to equip mental health
practitioners to meet the unique psychological and spiritual needs of Christian clients. Encouraging therapists to operate
from within a Christian framework, the authors explore the intersection between a Christian worldview and clients' emotional
struggles, drawing from sources including both foundational theological texts and the "common factors" psychotherapy literature.
Written collaboratively by two clinical psychologists, an academic psychologist, and a theologian, this book paves the way
for psychotherapeutic practice that builds on Christian principles as the foundation, rather than merely adding them to treatment
as an afterthought.