Spiritually Integrated Psychotherapy is the combination of Pastoral Care and Psychotherapy. Although unique in its approach, it is gaining momentum in the clinical field of Psychotherapy. For too many decades, spiritually integrated care had not been a consideration in a typical clinical setting. The reasons are various including clinical policies, privacy, and conflict of interests. Not everyone, including trained mental health professionals, are comfortable discussing the spirituality or religiosity of individuals. Pastoral Care providers are trained to provide care in these areas, provided they come up in a clinical setting.

Current state regulated policies and mental health professionals are reconsidering the inclusion of spiritually integrated care. Current research shows that spiritual care significantly improves overall health and well-being. Articles regarding the importance of SIP to overall health can be located on the Resource Articles page. SIP works to tap into those deeply embedded beliefs and values that are rarely discussed in a clinical setting. SIP takes a whole-person approach in its process of care including any spiritually significant issues that either work to improve or hinder overall well-being. Issues of religion and spirituality may or may not come up in your journey of self-discovery. That is perfectly okay, it is not required or expected. The opportunity to discover these areas in your life is merely a possibility when working with an SIP professional. The entire process is directed by you in a loving and accepting environment. As an SIP professional, I provide compassionate care aimed only to discover what works for you to create and sustain life-giving solutions.

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As an SIP provider, I work (with you) to discover areas in your life that are life-giving and healing. I am a Registered Psychotherapist and Pastoral Care provider. I have completed one unit of Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) at the University of Colorado hospital in Aurora, Colorado. My personal profile can be read on the About Me page. I have experience providing mental health and spiritual care in the following areas:

  • Advocacy for victims of violence
  • Domestic Violence
  • Addiction
  • Spiritual Direction
  • Women’s Health
  • Social Justice

For additional information, feel free to contact me in any of the following ways:

  1. Online Contact Form
  2. Call (720) 705-0417, please leave a message if I cannot answer
  3. Send an email to ramona@ramonachristine.com
I typically respond to messages within 24 hours. My services are provided from my home office located in Highlands Ranch, CO.


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