CONTENTS

Part I. The Meta-Model of Integration

1. Introduction to a Catholic Christian Meta-Model of the Person for Mental Health Practice

William J. Nordling, Paul C. Vitz, and Craig Steven Titus

2. Theological, Philosophical, and Psychological Premises for a Catholic Christian Meta-Model of the Person

Craig Steven Titus, Paul C. Vitz, William J. Nordling, and the DMU Group

 

Part II. Psychological Support

3. The Advantages That the Catholic Faith Provides for Development of an Integrated Meta-Model of the Person for

Psychology and Mental Health Practice

Paul C. Vitz

4. Modern Personality Theories: A Critical Understanding of Personality from a Catholic Christian Perspective

Paul C. Vitz

5. Basic Psychological Support for the Catholic Christian Meta-Model of the Person

Paul C. Vitz

6. The Meta-Model and the Concept of the Person as an Integrated Laminate

Paul C. Vitz and Su Li Lee

 

 

Part III. Philosophical Support

7. The Methodology and Presuppositions of the Catholic Christian Meta-Model of the Person

Craig Steven Titus, Paul C. Vitz, and William J. Nordling

8. Personal Wholeness (Unity) 

Craig Steven Titus, Paul C. Vitz, and William J. Nordling

9. Man and Woman 

Christopher Gross, Lisa Klewicki, Paul C. Vitz, and Craig Steven Titus

10. Fulfilled Through Vocations 

Craig Steven Titus, Paul C. Vitz, and William J. Nordling

11. Fulfilled in Virtue 

Craig Steven Titus, Paul C. Vitz, William J. Nordling, Matthew R. McWhorter, and Christopher Gross

12. Interpersonally Relational 

Craig Steven Titus, Paul C. Vitz, and William J. Nordling

13. Sensory-Perceptual-Cognitive

Matthew R. McWhorter, Paul C. Vitz, and Craig Steven Titus

14. Emotional

Christopher Gross, Craig Steven Titus, Paul C. Vitz,and William J. Nordling

15. Rational 

Craig Steven Titus, Paul C. Vitz, and William J. Nordling

16. Volitional and Free 

Craig Steven Titus, William J. Nordling, and Paul C. Vitz

 

Part IV. Theological Support

17. Created in the Image of God 

Craig Steven Titus, Paul C. Vitz, and William J. Nordling

18. Fallen 

Craig Steven Titus, Matthew R. McWhorter, and Christopher Gross

19. Redeemed 

Matthew R. McWhorter and Craig Steven Titus

 

Part V. Theoretical and Clinical Applications of the Meta-Model

20. Principles for Training Catholic Christian Mental Health Professionals

William J. Nordling, Harvey Payne, and Craig Steven Titus

21. Case Conceptualization: The Catholic Christian Meta-Model of the Person as a Framework

Su Li Lee and William J. Nordling

22. The Curative Factors of Group Psychotherapy 

Philip Scrofani and Margaret Laracy

23. Contextualizing the DSM-5: Considerations for Enriching Psychodiagnosis

Philip Scrofani and G. Alexander Ross

24. Psychological Assessment 

Frank J. Moncher and Philip Scrofani

25. Virtue in Mental Health Practice: A Comparative Case Study 

Frank J. Moncher and Craig Steven Titus

26. Social Psychology 

G. Alexander Ross

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