"organized religion provides three outlets that benefit churchgoers' well being: social support, attachment to a loving God, and the organized practice of prayer."
"'When you become spiritual but not religious, you are losing the first two points and most spiritual but not religious people aren’t participating in the third,'
I would say that depends on the person's idea of spirituality. Their concept of god could be very loving and compassionate, and non-judgmental. Some people choose to find social support outside of spirituality, such as friends at school, or co-workers. I have also noticed that psychologists seem to have an incessant need to diagnose problems which aren't there, all so they can make more money. Granted many times the diagnosis is needed, but not always. We also have plenty of young people who are more than willing to seek therapy, because it's the "hip" thing to do thanks to our Self-help revolution.