As the cynicism of empiricism and rationalism give way to pluralistic post-modern society, the cultural stage has been set for a reintroduction of the soul. Christians, theologians and psychologists particularly, should welcome this development as a platform to begin discussing and formulating a theo-psychological understanding of the human self. Care for the Soul is a significant step in this direction. Achieving a unified and well constructed unification of psychology and theology, authors from both disciplines discuss how the two disciplines can work together, how to overcome Christian 'acquiescence' to the secular presuppositions that hinder an interdisciplinary approach, and how to develop a sound psychology within the context of a sound theological anthropology. The result in Care for the Soulare promising steps towards providing people with indispensable tools for engaging mental health using Christian belief and theology. A much welcomed contribution, and highly recommended.