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Spirituality and mental health : clinical applications

Author: Gary W Hartz
Publisher: London : Routledge, 2008, ©2005.
Series: Religion and mental health
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This guide for mental health professionals and pastoral counselors provides you with a framework to assess and incorporate client-based spirituality into your practice. The author's unique understanding of spirituality and its relationship to mental health makes the book an ideal educational guide for practitioners striving to understand the impact of faith on their clients' mental health. The insights presented in  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gary W Hartz
ISBN: 9780789024763 0789024764 0789024772 9780789024770
OCLC Number: 373469470
Notes: Originally published: Binghamton, N.Y. : Haworth Press, 2005.
Description: xiii, 135 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
Contents: Definitions of spirituality and religion --
Why spirituality now? --
Definitions --
Overlap between spirituality and religion --
Transcendence --
Conclusion --
Assessment of spirituality --
A coping model of assessment --
Application of the model to clinical practice --
Positive and negative religious coping --
Assessing values : "where am I going?" --
The DSM-IV's diagnosis of religious or spiritual problem --
Religious issues and psychiatric disorders --
Conclusion --
Ethical issues in spirituality and mental health --
American Psychological Association ethical guidelines --
A client-centered ethical framework --
Specific ethical issues --
Conclusion --
Meditation --
Benefits of meditation --
Applications of mindfulness meditation to coping --
Mindfulness-based psychotherapy --
Conclusion --
Letting go of anger and practicing forgiveness --
Forgiveness as a religious principle --
Definitions and types of forgiveness --
Theoretical phases of forgiveness --
Therapeutic efficacy of forgiveness --
Potential disadvantages of forgiveness --
Continuum of forgiveness --
The continuing controversy over forgiveness --
Self-forgiveness --
Conclusion --
Spiritually attuned intervention --
Substance-abusing clients : the twelve-step tradition --
Clients in crisis : crisis as danger and opportunity --
Devoutly religious clients : religiously adapted therapy --
Conclusion --
The psychoeducational spirituality group --
Background --
Facilitators --
Overview of the sessions --
Conclusion --
Appendix A: The psychoeducational spirituality group : a guide for group facilitators --
Planning : materials and session length --
Session one: What is spirituality for you? --
Session two: Meditation without prescribed religious content --
Session three: Coping with grief --
Session four: Letting go of anger and practicing forgiveness --
Optional additional session on self-forgiveness --
Session five: Crisis as danger and opportunity --
Session six: Gratitude --
Appendix B: Reproducible material.
Series Title: Religion and mental health
Responsibility: Gary W. Hartz.

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"This guide for mental health professionals and pastoral counselors provides you with a framework to assess and incorporate client-based spirituality into your practice. The author's unique understanding of spirituality and its relationship to mental health makes the book an ideal educational guide for practitioners striving to understand the impact of faith on their clients' mental health. The insights presented in Spirituality and Mental Health: Clinical Applications will leave you better informed about the complexities of spirituality and make it easier for you to integrate them meaningfully into your clinical work."--Jacket.

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