Religious and Spiritual Considerations in Psychiatric Diagnosis: Considerations for the DSM-V

David Lukoff, C. Robert Cloninger, Marc Galanter, David M. Gellerman, Linda Glickman, Harold G. Koenig, Francis G. Lu, William E. Narrow, John R. Peteet, Samuel B. Thielman, C. Paul Yang

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    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationReligion and Psychiatry
    Subtitle of host publicationBeyond Boundaries
    Number of pages22
    ISBN (Electronic)9780470682203
    ISBN (Print)9780470694718
    StatePublished - Nov 13 2009


    • Cultural factors related to psychosocial environment
    • DSM-IV (1)- including a new V-code entitled religious or spiritual problem
    • DSM-IV and DSM-IV-TR and 'Outline for Cultural Formulation'
    • DSM-IV-TR, Cultural Formulation - five categories of information in clinical care
    • Influences of cultural and ethnic groups on individual's sense of self
    • Outline for cultural formulation - clinicians considering cultural idioms of distress, illness and preferences for care
    • Personality disorders - key role in psychiatry's learning to understand and self-aware consciousness
    • Religious and spiritual considerations in psychiatric diagnosis - for DSM-V
    • Types of religious and spiritual problems
    • Use of religious or spiritual problem V code

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