Growing numbers of people are interested in two things: healing and spiritual fulfillment. Traditionally, psychotherapy is concerned with curing mental abnormalities or disorders. Emotional illness is treated through conversational and mental processes, using the human relationship as the principal means for healing—as opposed to medical and surgical procedures employed to heal our common physical ailments. Psychotherapy was a secular discipline done by psychiatrists, psychologists, and others trained by them. It was based upon the scientific method in which theory and techniques are derived from concrete experimentation and empirical observation. Pastoral counselors have always wandered back and forth as aliens in both the religious and psychotherapeutic establishments. Psychotherapists referred any religious question about the spiritual life to one’s minister, rabbi, or priest. Spirituality was built upon the assumption that God was known only through some form of revelation or self-disclosure to people.