- Häftad (Paperback / softback)
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- Jessica Kingsley Publishers
- Springer, Rabbi Rabbi Mychal B. B. (foreword)
- 224 x 147 x 5 mm
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- 159 g
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Spiritual Care for Non-Communicative Patients
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Research shows that non-responsive patients benefit significantly from spiritual and pastoral care. This book equips chaplains with the confidence and skills to deliver excellent care in this challenging context. With exercises, worksheets, small group activities and case studies, it sets out how best to use words and body language, foster trust and respect, and involve patients' loved ones. It provides practical ways to recognise and affirm the humanity of the patient, and how to engage with the patient by employing skills of listening and presence.
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Many chaplains and chaplain-interns will be exclaiming: "Where has this book been before now!?" Golding and Dixon have given us a much-needed, ethically sensitive, pithy, and eminently practical guide to spiritual care with a particularly challenging patient population, affirming that silence and the "ministry of presence" is a profound gift to both patients and their families - and can be a deepening spiritual experience for the caregiver as well. -- Pamela Cooper-White, Christiane Brooks Johnson Professor of Psychology and Religion, Union Theological Seminary, New York, and author of Shared Wisdom: Use of the Self in Pastoral Care and Counseling SPIRITUAL SUPPORT FOR NON-COMMUNICATIVE PATIENTS is an important guide for chaplains, clinicians and caregivers. This book offers practical and spirit filled insights into techniques for being with patients and families whose lives are on hold. Read it, teach it, welcome it. -- Harold G. Koenig, M.D., Professor of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, Associate Professor of Medicine, Director, Center for Spirituality, Theology and Health, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, North Carolina
Linda Golding has worked as a Staff Chaplain at New York-Presbyterian Hospital since 2010, chiefly involved with Neurology, Neurosurgery and the Neuro ICU. She also serves as the Chaplain on the hospital's Ethics Committee. Walter Dixon is a Board Certified Chaplain as well as an ordained pastor within the United Methodist Church. His principal clinical foci in hospital employment were cardiology, oncology, general medicine, staff support and palliative care.
TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface Responding to a Need A Quality Improvement Project. How to Use this Guidebook Gently, slowly. In the Hallway. The Long Walk Entering the Room - the patient is alone. Crossing the threshold. The Family is Here Balancing a pastoral visit with the patient and the family or friends. The Team Will see You Now A member of the medical team is in the room or nearby. Staying in the Room Drawing on pastoral skills to stay until the visit is complete. The Spiritual Heart of the Visit How to discover it. Prayer Every step is a prayer. Summary of Skills Teaching Resources The Didactic ChapTime list Role Plays Voices of Chaplains Readings Acknowledgements