Psychomoralitics is a bold formulation of an ancient conceptualization that addresses integral human nature: that is, rational-volitional human nature, incarnational human nature, and vocational human nature as a seeker of truth and doer of good. Psychomoralitics combines a Thomistic topography of the innermost person and the soul with the principles of natural law to provide a spiritual intervention for deep characterological transformation. The soul-deep spiritual dynamics of the psychomoralitic process essentially entails the purgative abnegation of egoistic excesses for an increased openness to reality. The psychomoralitic process successful entered into increases essential human well-being, or that which is uniquely human. Concomitant to this growth in essential human well-being, even if without formal intent or claim, there is a serendipitous diminishment of the mental and behavioral disordered symptomology that the mental health profession defines itself by.
Psychomoralitics is not upon the same continuum as that of the mental health professions. For instance and in comparison, Psychomoralitics is unlike the disciplines of alternative medicine (e.g., homeopathy) that are located along the same medical continuum of physical health as that of mainstream medicine (i.e, allopathy). Indeed, while mainstream medicine, though at times is inefficacious and harmful and thus the need for alternative medicine, nonetheless possesses scientific validity and demonstrable efficacy, the mental health profession lacks such validity and efficacy. Psychomoralitics is a not only a completely divergent discipline from those of the mental health professions, but is an antithetical discipline that refutes the mental health conceptualizations (DSM et al.). Psychomoralitics is not merely antithetical but it is antidotal to the mental health profession, providing the remedy for the very iatrogenic harms caused by that profession.
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