Spirituality, Health, and Wholeness (e-bok)
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2012-12-06
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Taylor and Francis
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Spirituality, Health, and Wholeness (e-bok)

Spirituality, Health, and Wholeness (e-bok)

An Introductory Guide for Health Care Professionals

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Learn to respond effectively and appropriately to spiritual needs in a health care setting Spirituality, Health, and Wholeness: An Introductory Guide for Health Care Professionals explores the principles of spiritual care as applied to clinical practice. This book focuses specifically on the significance of spirituality in clinical settings with practical suggestions on how to apply these principles in the healing process. With chapters that begin with clear objectives and end with guided questions, this valuable textbook provides a framework that will aid health care facilities in addressing spiritual needs in a clinical setting and help faculty in mentoring students in the field. This practical guide will help you learn when and how to address spiritual issues in health care with patients for whom illness creates a crisis of faith as well as those for whom it provides support. Spirituality, Health, and Wholeness highlights not only the importance of health care professionals in providing emotional, mental, and spiritual care, but the necessity for them to address their own spirituality as well. The book includes the experiences and case studies of skilled authorities mostly from the Judeo-Christian or Judaic tradition who identify principles that they found to be important in working with patients from a wide diversity of spiritual traditions. Spirituality, Health, and Wholeness provides you with detailed information on: Ministryhealinga model of wholeness and healing that incorporates an integrated view of humanity through the four domains: spiritual, emotional, physical, and social the physiological impacts of humor and hope on mood, the neuroendocrine hormones, and the immune system spiritual coping with traumaan overview of the research literature and how to address the spiritual coping needs and concerns of patients the role of faith in providing meaning to physical illness and the importance of the role of the health care professional in first understanding, and then assisting the patient in their struggle to find meaning the key components of spiritual care to increase the efficacy of spiritual caregivers the bereavement process with regard to religious, cultural, and gender variations, and the role of the healthcare professional in providing support This book shows you not only how to meet the spiritual needs of patients from a diversity of faith traditions, but how to overcome challenges to your own spirituality, such as difficult patients and patients whose cultural outlook is so different from your own it causes discomfort. Spirituality, Health, and Wholeness will help all health care professionals who want to bring spirituality into their medical, dental, nursing, occupational therapy, or physical therapy practice.
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About the Editors Contributors Acknowledgments Introduction: The Resurgence of Interest in Spirituality and Health PART I: THEORY Chapter 1. Toward a Theology of Healing of Wholeness: A Tentative Model for Whole Person Care (Richard Rice) Objectives Introduction Ministryhealing in the Life of Jesus Ministryhealing in Our Lives Guided Questions Chapter 2. Mind, Body, Spirit: Exploring the Mind, Body, and Spirit Connection Through Research on Mirthful Laughter (Lee S. Berk) Objectives Introduction Background of the Studies Humor and the Neuroendocrine and Immune Systems Research Findings Anticipation of Positive Humor/Mirthful Laughter Experiences: A Metaphor for the Spirit of Hope Conclusion Guided Questions Chapter 3. Spirituality and Coping with Trauma (Brenda Cole, Ethan Benore, and Kenneth Pargament) Objectives Introduction Definitions The Spirituality and Coping Connection Beyond Stereotypes The Two Faces of Spiritual Coping: Negative and Positive Assessing Spiritual Integration Clinical Implications Conclusion Guided Questions Chapter 4. Faith, Illness, and Meaning (Siroj Sorajjakool and Bryn Seyle) Objectives Introduction Meaning and Illness Faith Faith and Illness Faith, Transformation, and Cancer Patients Spiritual Care Conclusion Guided Questions PART II: PRAXIS Chapter 5. Spiritual Care: Basic Principles (James Greek) Objectives Introduction Twelve Suggestions for a Spiritual Visit Summary Guided Questions Chapter 6. Spiritual Care of the Dying and Bereaved (Carla Gober) Objectives Introduction Difficult News The Bereavement Process Religious, Spiritual, and Cultural Issues Follow-Up Care The Medical Professional Guided Questions Chapter 7. Health, Wholeness, and Diversity: Intercultural Engagement in Health Care (Johnny Ram rez-Johnson) Objectives Introduction Diversity in America Racial Discrimination and the American Health Care System Case Studies A Diverse Vision of Wholeness in Health Care Chapter 8. Working with Difficult Patients: Spiritual Care Approaches (Leigh Aveling, Siroj Sorajjakool, and Reginald Pulliam) Objectives Introduction Contexts Spirituality and Difficult Patients Conclusion Guided Questions Index Reference Notes Included