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A conversation about spirituality and psychotherapy.
Russell Siler Jones Th.D., LCMHCS
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Russell Siler Jones, Th.D., LCMHCS, is a psychotherapist in Asheville, NC, and author of Spirit in Session: Working with Your Client’s Spirituality (and Your Own) in Psychotherapy.