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The Catholic antidote
In response to the harm done by the mental health system, psychomoralitics arose not only as a critique but also as a counteroffensive.
Psychomoralitics, unlike modern psychology, is based on correct anthropology — that is, it views the human person as the body-soul composite that he is. But this clinical science doesn’t just view man properly, it also treats what the modern world believes to be “mental illness.”
It is for this reason that Fr. Kenneth Baker, former editor in chief of Homiletic and Pastoral Review, identified psychomoralitics as “an invaluable tool for Catholic counselors, psychologists and psychiatrists.” …