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This provocative study suggests...
This provocative study suggests that religiously committed Catholics (over 20 million potential consumers of mental health services in the US) feel that they have no place to turn for help in their time of need. As compared to Protestants, who are generally satisfied with the options provided by their Churches and community, Catholics are not happy with generic Christian counseling services,
and often experience hostile reactions from secular counselors. Further, Catholics desire a host of counselor competencies that are distinct from their
Protestant counterparts. These differences are explored and recommendations are offered for addressing the needs of this underserved population.