In Indonesia the incidence of hallucinations is quite high, around 70% of hallucinations experienced by psychiatric patients are auditory hallucinations, 20% visual hallucinations, and 10% pengidu, tasting and touching hallucinations (Rahmawati, 2014). Based on the results of the recap of inpatient data in the last 6 months (January-June 2018) in the UPIP room of the Regional Mental Hospital Dr. Gondohutomo Amino Semarang has 382 patients suffering from schizophrenia. While for the nursing problem hallucinations there were 192 patients. Spiritual therapy or religious therapy, among others, Dhikr, when pronounced properly and correctly can make the heart calm and relax.The purpose of this case study is to conduct Psychoreligious intervention as a nursing intervention in hallucinatory patients at the Regional Mental Hospital Dr. Amino Gondohutomo Semarang, Central Java Province.The method used is a case study by managing 4 patients with phase I (comforting) hearing phase nursing problems and phase II (comdeming) with the nursing process approach which includes assessment, diagnosis, planning, implementation and evaluation with psychoreligious (dzikir) intervention choices.Results of the case study After psychoreligious intervention (dzikir) was carried out for 6 days, showed a sign of hallucinatory symptoms, before psychoreligious (dzikir) nursing interventions were carried out. However, after the intervention, the results of the three patients stated that their hearts were calm and the sound of the whisper was not heard and one patient still heard a whisper but the frequency had decreased.