Health-physical, mental, spiritual. All three are closely related .
Health-physical, mental, spiritual. But in modern mental-health care one of them is often neglected. Nurses, social workers and counselors are rarely taught to minister to their client's spiritual needs. In fact, they are sometime told to ignore them altogether. But spiritual needs can play a part in any illness. They may become especially strong when the mind and emotions are affected. Judith Allen Shelly joins Sandra D. John and other mental-health professionals to show how Christians can minister effectively to such deep needs.
by Judith Allen Shelly and Sandra D. John. In fact, they are sometimes told to ignore them altogether. They may become especially Health-physical, mental, spiritual.
Judith Allen Shelly joins Sandra D. John and other mental-health professionals to show how Christians can minister . Shelly has written many books including Spiritual Care: A Guide for Caregivers (IVP, 2000) and The Changing Face of Health Care (Eerdmans, 1998). Her articles have appeared in journals such as Ethics and Medicine, Christian Counseling Today and Christian Bioethics. She has also been an adjunct professor at Yonsei University in Seoul, Korea, and at North Park University in Chicago, Illinois.
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Today's health care workers are seldom taught about the spiritual aspects of mental health other than to minimize or ignore them. But spiritual needs can play an important role in any illness. This series of essays will help all Christian health care workers learn how they can help people find complete health! Paperback. John and other mental-health professionals to show how Christians can . Judith Allen Shelly 7. Healthy and Unhealthy Religious Beliefs-Sandra D. John 8. Assessing Spiritual Needs- Sandra D. John 9. Meeting Spiritual Needs- Sandra D. John 10. Prayer in a Psychiatric Setting-Verna J. Carson 11. Use of Scripture- Sandra D. John 12. Clergy as Colleagues-Mertie L. Potter. Section 3: Personal Mental Health: How to Keep Your Own Sanity 13.
Health: physical, mental, spiritual. Healthy and unhealthy religious beliefs, Sandra D. The Spiritual perspectives in nursing series. Nurses, social workers and counselors are rarely taught to minister to their clients' spiritual needs. Assessing spiritual needs, Sandra D. Meeting spiritual needs, Sandra D. Prayer in a psychiatric setting, Verna J. Carson. Use of Scripture, Sandra D.
Spirituality: Identifying and Meeting Spiritual Needs 125 verna benner carson 7. The Psychospiritual Lives of Ill . The Psychospiritual Lives of Ill or Suffering Children and Adolescents: What We Should Know, What We Should Do 154 pat fosarelli 8. Adult Spirituality for Persons with Chronic Illness 193 patricia e. murphy, george fitchett, and andrea l. canada.
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Spiritual needs in health care. This spiritual dimension transgresses all linguistic, scientific,cultural,socio-economic and religious boundaries and it pervades all the other planes of one's consciousness. 123(Published 15 July 2004) Cite this as: BMJ 2004;329:123. Competing interests: None declared.