For decades, therapists have skirted the edges of religion and spirituality with clients. By doing so, they may have overlooked the greatest source of resilience or the key to psychological issues. That's the contention in "Spirituality, Religion, and Faith in Psychotherapy: Evidence-Based Expressive Methods for Mind, Brain, and Body," a new book by Associate Professor Helen Land.
Learn about how our Center for Innovation and Research on Veterans & Military Families is helping our returning service members and their loved ones with the transition of coming home.
Kristina Ronnquist, MSW ’14, is on a mission for prison reform and recently spoke about human rights violations at the 85th International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination in Geneva, Switzerland.
The USC School of Social Work has received a gift of $250,000 from the Watt family to establish a fund to encourage the incubation of new strategies and solutions to housing affordability and access in Los Angeles and other urban areas.
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