There is a growing and significant interest in the effects of a person''s spiritual and religious beliefs and experiences on their psychological well- being. Alongside this growing interest has emerged the development of therapy methods which acknowledge and attempt to utilise this effect. Refocussing Therapy, developed by Dr Diane Divett, is one such method. This book provides an insight into Refocussing Therapy''s theoretical context, and analyzes and explores its effectiveness. While shedding light on the benefits of this unique therapy method, this book also investigates the impact upon mental health of the kind of God we believe in. The implications for clinical practice should be useful and intriguing to professionals working in the mental health field as well as those working directly with people''s spirituality.