In the most stressful moments, many people turn to their faith as source of solace and support. The healing power of healthy spiritual and religious practices is well documented. However, some forms of religious and spiritual coping can also become problematic. Studies have linked people who struggle spiritually to higher levels of psychological distress, declines in physical health and even greater risk of mortality. Psychotherapy offers a safe and a nurturing place to explore the sources of these conflicts, deal with life issues through the perspective of your spiritual world, find acceptance and plan for personal growth.
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Dr. Khodik, Psy.D., B.C.B. is credentialed as a National Register Health Services Psychologist. He earned his Doctoral Degree in Clinical Psychology and his Board Certification in Biofeedback from Widener University’s Institute
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