Who might this book interest? This book would definitely interest clergy and those who counsel clergy. Yet, I think that the application of this work may extend beyond its intended audience. It may also interest those who are involved in any type of Christian-based counseling or Christian-based recovery work. Overall, it would be a useful book for several audiences.
My Rating: 6 out of 10
Summary: The authors, Donald Hands and Wayne Fehr, represent two disciplines: psychology/clinician and theologian/spiritual director (xix). This can readily be seen in reading this work, although it does seem that psychological theory and clinical work dominate the monograph. Still, the book is an easy read with some very helpful ideas for the integration of psychology and Christian spirituality. I easily read it in a single day.