Reflective Evidenced Based Research, Theory, and Practice

A reflective, evidenced based, and professional practice: At the experiential, professional, reflective levels there is much to convey. And as we reflect in scholarly ways within the tools of western therapeutic theory, psychology, counselling, religious studies, sociology, theology, spirituality, mysticism, health sciences, and more widely – we can see how this radical work that needs doing goes beyond much of current politics in western secular and religious academies.

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