Spirituality and Religion in Counseling and Psychotherapy offers a practical approach that utilizes thematically based, personally accessible notions of spirituality and an integration of various traditional and contemporary counseling theories. The author provides a model that integrates existing counseling theories, revolving around the concept of the Real Self, with spiritual themes. By encouraging readers to increase their personal awareness and spiritual differentiation, they can enhance their clinical effectiveness with spiritual issues and avoid ethical transgressions related to imposing their beliefs or personalizing client issues.