What makes the study of cultural healing so fascinating? What are the psychological processes at display that make a patient coming to perceive himself as healed or cured in the context of psychological healing? This book gives the reader a more thorough approach in eliciting the basic elements of therapy that makes traditional practitioners' work successfully in their psychological therapy. It brings the reader into direct contact with the healing milieu and vividly isolates the factors that easily contribute and make overall psychological healing possible. It will be welcomed by sociologists, social workers, psychiatrists, social psychologists, and other disciplines in the study of science of religion.