Our first model for spiritual presence in psychotherapy is the supernatural model. It is perhaps the most common one. Most of us have been taught to live in a partitioned world, not just personally but professionally and philosophically, in which psychotherapy is a secular, scientific process and, therefore, nothing about it can be inherently spiritual at all. It can be conducted from beginning to end with no allusion whatsoever to God and no awareness on the part of therapist, patient, couple, or family of anything other than the purely natural processes of everyday life that everyone alike experiences.