6 edition of Spiritual Care found in the catalog.
July 12, 2001 by Prentice Hall .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||296|
When these all come together, you have a work that appeals to practitioners, educators, students, and those we seek to serve. One Nurse's Story boxed features illustrate a nurse's perspective of concepts and clinical examples of spiritual caregiving. Readers will appreciate this approach of bringing together findings from scientific research and insights from practice and presenting them in an easy to understand language and style. Short-Term Bereavement Counseling We offer short-term spiritual counseling at no cost to help families and individuals deal with issues related to grief, loss, trauma, family stress, and other life-related issues. The section on confession is powerful and truly timeless. Marie Curie Cancer Care
Detailed examples of clinical strategies prepare mental health professionals to support personal strengths and help clients cope with spiritual struggles. Spirituality is a personal practice. Stanley G. What Is Spiritual Self-Care?
What Is Spiritual Self-Care? He sold 2. McCracken, Ph. Written from a universal standpoint, it details the "how-to's" of spiritual caregiving including spiritual assessment, planning care, documentation, ethical concerns, and numerous approaches to nurturing the spirit. Templeton Press: Philadelphia.
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He also provides a number of definitions and dimensions of spirituality and invites us to reflect on what it means and why it matters. Sellers, S. Too many quotes to capture one It affects every aspect of life-including one's health.
Unexpectedly, he writes, our seemingly non-spiritual questions may open windows on patients' thoughts about meaning and purpose in the context of their immediate health realities.
Today, you must make concerted efforts to seek out ways to nourish this part of yourself. There are different techniques to journaling you can try—make it work for you.
She started working at the Chopra Center in and has loved it ever since. Spend five transformative days getting in touch with who you really are and what you really want at Seduction of Spirit, our signature meditation and yoga retreat led by Deepak Chopra.
It allows you to press pause on life and just be in the moment. This contains information to help individuals cope with loss-related grief and mourning. The act of writing sifts and processes thoughts and emotions. Assist the patient to sort out ethical dilemmas in health care decision making.
Written from a universal standpoint, it details the "how-to's" of spiritual caregiving including spiritual assessment, planning care, documentation, ethical concerns, and numerous approaches to nurturing the spirit.
I'll go with: "the greatest burden we must bear is that of another person's freedom" p. Sources Gerst-Emerson, K. Discussing religious and spiritual issues at the end of life: A practical guide for physicians.
Having worked in health care myself for more than 30 years, I know that the spiritual environment of the workplace affects every person and every outcome. He expresses loneliness and frustration that he has no visitors especially now that he has cancer.
You can be the healthiest person but still feel like something is wrong or experience illness, both mentally and physically.
Connection, laughter, exchange of ideas, emotional support, and strength to persevere are some of what you can experience through community. In this case, observing ritualsattending religious services or ceremonies, and studying religious texts are types of spiritual self-care.
Through The Alchemist, Coelho explains how only when one devotes themselves to their dream can they reach true happiness, without regret or suffering. International Journal for Human Caring 11 3 : Ultimately, it can be anything that is meaningful and kindles a sense of sacredness, even if only felt by you.
The smell of the earth, the sound of birds or water, the sight of trees swaying in the wind, or waves crashing on the shore make your senses come alive. In Fish, S.
Scholastica Occasionally, I read a book that illustrates what can happen when clinical experience meets research and scholarship meets compassion and wisdom.
Perhaps your concept of spirituality is experienced in nature, in one another, or within oneself. Stanley G. This is a book likely to stand the test of time because it speaks to people without the use of spiritual rules or religious guidelines.
The meaning of spiritual nursing acre for ill individuals with no religious affiliation.This book is meant to be "a hands-on guide to creative, emotional, and spiritual self-care." Since women seem to have a harder time than men taking care of their own needs, it is directed primarily at them.
The author covers a wide range of subjects from body care to creativity to joy at work to friendships as a social safety net. Nov 28, · There are a vast number of health care professionals that believe that the spiritual care of the patient or client is the domain of the chaplain, priest, imam, rabbi, or other trained clergy person.
It is true that the fore mentioned individuals certainly do provide. Studies have shown how cultivating a spiritual life can have numerous health benefits. A practice in spiritual self-care quiets the mind and helps to calm the turbulence within, leaving space to begin feeling and honoring what your heart yearns for, and having the courage to.
Sep 03, · Nurses do not need to know about specific beliefs, religions or spiritual practices to provide effective spiritual care (Martin, Burrows and Pomillo, ).
Spiritual care resembles psychosocial care in that it involves demonstration of respect for the patient, listening and appropriate self-disclosure (Sellers, ; Taylor, ).
The Spiritual Care Programme is an international network that offers non-denominational, contemplative-based education, training and care. Its aim is to support people facing loss, ill health or dying and those who care for them.
Feb 10, · Spiritual Care was born out of Bonhoeffer's time at Finkenwalde, the illegal seminary he founded to train emerging pastors in the Confessing Church.
This short book(let) is a collection of advice and counsel in several crucial areas of Christian ministry including Law and Gospel in Spiritual Care, Conversations with the Indifferent, Spiritual /5(10).