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Prophets With Honor: TV Preachers as Cognitive Therapists
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|Title: ||Prophets With Honor: TV Preachers as Cognitive Therapists|
|Authors: ||Reilly, Joseph A.|
|Keywords: ||Television in religion;Evangelists|
|Issue Date: ||18-Jun-2009|
|Abstract: ||One area of celebrity expertise assumed by many is in daily life conduct.
Psychotherapy may be a matter of incidental learning here. A celebrity may dispense advice, accidentally or on purpose, & be heeded. Cognitive Therapy tends to be a very practical form of teaching. Celebrities such as television evangelists will give their audience advice. I find some televangelists are fairly competent as cognitive therapists.|
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