TheImago Dei Wayisamorally and spiritually based Alternative Treatment. Differing essentially from status quo mental health methods, the Imago Dei Way is an unique integral development of the philosophical and experimental Thomistic psychologies that were the prerequisites of clinical psychology, whereas the status quo mental health professions were severed from these prerequisites and thus underwent various deviant developments.
The Imago Dei Way "is fully in accord with traditional scholastic philosophy and theology. The whole Catholic worldview of man made in the image of God, a composite being of spirit and matter, is the philosophical basis of Imago Dei Psychotherapy. This is an invaluable tool for Catholic counselors, psychologists and psychiatrists whose goal it is to bring their therapants to a state of mental health which is in accord with both the natural law and divine revelation.” Kenneth Baker, S.J. Founding Editor of Homiletic & Pastoral Review