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Controlled spirit-possession as a form of group psychotherapy : (the Umbanda-Religion of Brasil)
Figge, Horst H. 1932-
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Aus: Clinical psychology in Africa
by: LaHaye, Tim 1926-2016
The Spirit-controlled woman
by: LaHaye, Beverly
Spirit possession and healing cult among the Brasilian Umbanda
by: Figge, Horst H. 1932-
Group supervision versus group psychotherapy : similarities and differences for clinical pastoral education
by: Bogia, Benjamin Preston
Controlled burn : the romantic note in I Corinthians 7
by: Ellis, J. Edward
Conversion controlled : Missiological reflections on assessing conversions to Christianity among asylum seekers in the European Union
by: Nagy, Dorottya 1978-, et al.
Group Psychotherapy as Spiritual Discipline : From Oz to the Kingdom of God
by: MacDargh, John
Group psychotherapy in a church program
by: Cox, Charles B., et al.
Spirit possession : the counterfeit with many faces
by: Wade, Theodore E., et al.
The ten commandments and insights from group psychotherapy
by: Shulman, Bernard H. 1922-
Psychotherapy, science, and spirit : nonlinear systems, Hakomi therapy, and the Tao
by: Johanson, Gregory J.
Psychotherapy as "work in the spirit" : thinking theologically about psychotherapy
by: Kunst, Jennifer L., et al.
Psychotherapy and the Spirit-in-Process : An Integration of Process Theology, Pneumatology, and Systems Psychology
by: Rennebohm, Sam, et al.
Amafufunyana spirit possession : a report on some recent developments
by: Edwards, Felicity
Evil, spirits and possession : an emergentist theology of the demonic
by: Bradnick, David
Spirit possession and trance : new interdisciplinary perspectives
Spirit possession in Judaism : cases and contexts from the Middle Ages to the present
A lectionary of biblically controlled service
by: Hart, Colin
The practice of awareness as a form of psychotherapy
by: Meyer, Richard
"Controlled irony" ... are you serious? : reading Kierkegaard's irony ironically
by: Parcero Oubiña, Oscar