99: Dr. Paul Vitz on the Dangers of a Secular Psychology

Joining me on the show today is Dr. Paul Vitz, Senior Scholar and Professor at Divine Mercy University. Dr. Vitz is a legend in the Catholic psychotherapy world and it’s a true honor to have him on the show.

We have wonderful conversation about the dangers of secular humanism in psychology, the need to have a proper understanding of the human person to guide them through psychological issues, how self-actualization without God is impossible, the role of suffering in our psychological development, and why self-giving is the essence of being a flourishing person.

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Websites mentioned in the show:

A Catholic Christian Meta-Model of the Person: Integration with Psychology and Mental Health Practice
Divine Mercy University
Know Thyself: The Game of Temperaments

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