Modern Psychotherapy and Halakhic Values: An Approach Toward Consensus in Values and Practice
Spero, Moshe HaLevi
Journal of Medicine and Philosophy. 1983 Aug; 8(3): 287-316.
Spero, a professor of psychology, considers the implications for the practice of modern psychotherapy of a commitment to traditional Jewish religious law (Halakhah). He relates alternative Halakhic ethical models to the values of psychotherapy and posits a unitary Halakhic approach, illustrating its application with specific examples of issues encountered in professional practice. (KIE abstract)
Abortion; Consensus; Ethics; Health; Jewish Ethics; Law; Medical Ethics; Mental Health; Moral Obligations; Patient Care; Physician Patient Relationship; Physician's Role; Professional Ethics; Psychiatry; Psychological Stress; Psychology; Psychotherapy; Religion; Sexuality; Therapeutic Abortion; Values;
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