The therapist is able to have a conversation with each individual client about their own spiritual beliefs if this is something the client wishes to speak of during therapy. By no means does the therapist dismiss any of the client’s beliefs nor impose any of the therapist’s own personal beliefs. It has been researched that there are many clients who cope with problems through the lens of their own spiritual beliefs and that the therapist must be prepared to engage in this conversation from an unbiased perspective. Many clients use their spiritual approaches when dealing with grief and loss specifically.
Dr. Isaac Farin has years of experience studying spiritual approaches from the Jewish Faith perspective and eastern and metaphysical approaches to spirituality and healing.