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229 x 152 mm, 230 pp
English, 2004/01
ISBN: 978-962-996-151-0
Price:US$23.00


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From Coffin to Heaven
A Psychological Study of Christian Conversion in Drug Rehabilitation
Ho-yee Ng
The Chinese University Press

This book investigates the psychological changes that take place after Christian conversion in chronic heroin-addicted individuals attending a religious programme. Drawing on the data collected in the programme, the author throws light upon questions regarding drug addiction and rehabilitation, religion and healing, and religious conversion in a Christian context. This is a practical book written in a concise yet scholarly fashion, and it is suitable for religious organization, social welfare/services policy maker, front-line helping professionals, and social work/psychology students in general.

Ho-yee Ng is an Associate Professor in the Department of Social Work and Social Administration at The University of Hong Kong, and currently the Director of the Counselling Program in the department. She is a trained clinical psychologist and a Registered Social Worker in Hong Kong. Her research interests include psychopathology, secular and religious therapeutic approaches, and developmental work.

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