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Mary Nash - Spirituality and Social Care: Contributing to Personal and Community Well-Being - 9781843100249 - V9781843100249
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Spirituality and Social Care: Contributing to Personal and Community Well-Being

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Description for Spirituality and Social Care: Contributing to Personal and Community Well-Being Paperback. This comprehensive and much-needed resource is for professionals and students in social care, who are required to engage with the spiritual dimension of their therapeutic work with clients. The authors, show how they have developed ways of applying their own and their clients' spirituality in their practice. Num Pages: 256 pages, references, index. BIC Classification: HRLK; JKS; MQCW. Category: (P) Professional & Vocational; (UP) Postgraduate, Research & Scholarly; (UU) Undergraduate. Dimension: 231 x 157 x 15. Weight in Grams: 394.
This comprehensive and much-needed resource is for professionals and students in social care, who are required to engage with the spiritual dimension of their therapeutic work with clients. The authors, who include social workers, mental health professionals, religious professionals and academics, show how they have developed ways of applying their own and their clients' spirituality in their practice. They describe their work in an international range of human service contexts including: * working with grief and loss * community development work * working across cultures * social justice ... Read more

Product Details

Format
Paperback
Publication date
2002
Publisher
Jessica Kingsley Pub
Number of pages
224
Condition
New
Number of Pages
256
Place of Publication
London, United Kingdom
ISBN
9781843100249
SKU
V9781843100249
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About Mary Nash
Mary Nash is the former chief editor of Social Work Review and is currently senior lecturer in social work at Massey University, New Zealand. Bruce Stewart is senior mental health social worker at the Jan Sterling Centre, Yellowknife, Canada. He has extensive research experience with First Nations and Europeans.

Reviews for Spirituality and Social Care: Contributing to Personal and Community Well-Being
Measures of spirituality do not figure widely on any social services inspectorate indicators. At first, this book will seem light years from preoccupations with hospital discharge rates, star ratings or child protection targets. Yet its contents are vitally important. Containing chapters from a range of mainly Canadian and New Zealand writers it illustrates a rich mix of cultures, embracing not ... Read more

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