Backed by groundbreaking clinical research, Columbia psychologist Lisa Miller is proposing a new vision of parenting that makes nurturing "natural spirituality" the first priority for a child’s mental health and happiness. Could her work spark the next religious awakening?
"Trauma too often leaves us estranged from self, family and a future in an unsafe place. For many, spirituality and/or a community of believers offer that home. Spirituality and religion offer the bridge to reconnection with the essential goodness of self and others, an appreciation of life, reunion with nature and a reason to hope." [Read Article]
"Baylor University researchers discovered that although counselors believe discussions about their clients’ religion and spirituality can often lead to improved health and mental health, the topic is typically not integrated into counseling sessions." [Read Article]