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Treating the Religious Patient: Cross-Cultural Perspectives from Research and Practice - Jerusalem (March 16-18, 2015)

It is clear that the religion plays an immense role in the lives of its adherents and these impacts reach far beyond belief and practice. Religion as a culture and system of meaning impacts nearly every aspect of experience, social structure, cognition and psychological pathology. This interdisciplinary conference aims to address the wide ranging impact and factors involved at the intersection of religion and psychiatry, psychology and psychosocial intervention.

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