PSYCHOTHERAPY SCIENTIFIC AND RELIGIOUS

A Broad Perspective on Mental Healing

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author's preface
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Brown and Professor Grensted, under whom the original version of this work was produced and who have honoured it with forewords a debt which can never be adequately paid.
While the book represents conclusions reached by the author after much thought, he is fully conscious of the complicated nature of the problems discussed, and those to whom he owes acknowledgment are not responsible for the views expressed.
Though the author acquired much from books he owes more to experience gained from the necessity of dealing with personal and matrimonial problems in Ethiopia and from the privilege of working at the Whitfield and the City Temple Clinics, in London. He hopes that the book will be of positive value to the reader's concern with health and peace of mind, and thus a contribution to hygiene, mental and spiritual.
London
February 1939