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In 2010, the Pew Research Forum reported concerning the millennial generation:
{{cquote|By some key measures, Americans [[American]]s ages 18 to 29 are considerably less religious than older Americans...
Compared with their elders today, young people are much less likely to affiliate with any religious tradition or to identify themselves as part of a Christian denomination. Fully one-in-four adults under age 30 (25%) are [[Nones|unaffiliated]], describing their religion as “[[atheism|atheist]],” “[[agnosticism|agnostic]]” or “nothing in particular.” This compares with less than one-fifth of people in their 30s (19%), 15% of those in their 40s, 14% of those in their 50s and 10% or less among those 60 and older. About two-thirds of young people (68%) say they are members of a Christian denomination and 43% describe themselves as Protestants, compared with 81% of adults ages 30 and older who associate with Christian faiths and 53% who are Protestants.<ref>[http://www.pewforum.org/2010/02/17/religion-among-the-millennials/ Religion among the millenials], Pew Research Center</ref>}}
Again, the bottom line is that Christians are not to turn to psychologist for guidance. Primarily because the Word of God instructs us not to and God has given us the ability to counsel one another through His Word.<ref>http://littorch.com/articles/to-whom-shall-we-go/</ref>}}
See also: [http://psycnet.apa.org/index.cfm?fa=buy.optionToBuy&id=1979-31736-001 Abstract - Comparative effectiveness of paraprofessional and professional helpers] and [httphttps://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/6399757 PubMed citation - Comparative effectiveness of paraprofessional and professional helpers]
A 1985 paper entitled ''Does professional training make a therapist more effective?'' which was published by the University of Texas reported there was no substantial difference in between the results that laymen and trained psychologists are able to achieve.<ref>http://www.psych.umn.edu/courses/fall07/brunnquelld/psy8542/Session%2007/Berman%20session%207_1986-02211-001.pdf</ref><ref>httphttps://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/3901068</ref>
=== The atheist psychologist Sigmund Freud promoted pseudoscience ===
''See also:'' [[Secular leftists and psychogenic illness]]
[[File:Donald Trump official photo.jpg|thumbnail|200px|The website Marketwatch reported concerning the aftermath of the 2016 presidential race: ''[[Donald Trump|Trump]]’s win is causing a surge in demand for mental health services''<ref>[httphttps://www.marketwatch.com/story/trumps-win-is-causing-a-surge-in-demand-for-mental-health-services-2016-11-10 Trump’s win is causing a surge in demand for mental health services], Marketwatch 2016</ref>]]
Peter Burfeind's article ''Millennials Are In Election Hell Because Politics Has Become Their God'' published in ''The Federalist'' indicates:
{{Cquote|According to [[Progressivism|progressive]] faith, the “arc of history” always bends Left. Well, history just spawned [[Donald Trump]], and if European political trends are indicative, this is not an isolated incident. For leftists, this is akin to if Christians woke up to find Jesus’ bones had been discovered. It shattered their faith.
As ridiculous and ubiquitous as the pathetically referenced “stages of grief” has become to explain how they feel about losing an election (!), the depth of leftist grief does magnify the essential religiosity they place on politics. Some reflection is in order.<ref>[https://thefederalist.com/2016/11/17/millennials-election-hell-politics-become-god/ Millennials Are In Election Hell Because Politics Has Become Their God] by Peter Burfeind, The Federalist</ref>}}
The website Marketwatch reported concerning the aftermath of the 2016 presidential race: ''[[Donald Trump|Trump]]’s win is causing a surge in demand for mental health services''<ref>[httphttps://www.marketwatch.com/story/trumps-win-is-causing-a-surge-in-demand-for-mental-health-services-2016-11-10 Trump’s win is causing a surge in demand for mental health services], Marketwatch 2016</ref>
For additional information, please see: [[Secular leftists and psychogenic illness#Trump's presidential victory, upset secular leftists/liberals and mental illness|Trump's presidential victory, upset secular leftists/liberals and mental illness]]
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