It's a new group project...different people, different class. THAT class, Social/Cultural Issues. We are presenting on religion and spirituality. Specifically I ended up with Christianity, which is good, I guess. It feels a little like I'm trying to explain myself to the class.
However. I've run across a bunch of research about perceptions, specifically Christians' perspective of their counselors, and how that affects their counselor-client relationship. I know the book Unprotected, which came out a couple of years ago, discussed the disparity in religiosity between psychologists and the general public, and the effect that has on treatment. For way too long the view has been to treat the religious belief as a pathological problem, rather than as a value to be respected like most others. It looks like the view is shifting, which is one of the benefits I can see in the multicultural approach to counseling.
So that's what I'll be doing tonight, rather than looking at Drudge or my own comments. Have a great evening!