6 edition of Spirituality in social work practice found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 171-176) and index.
|Statement||Ronald K. Bullis.|
|LC Classifications||HV530 .B85 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 191 p. :|
|Number of Pages||191|
|ISBN 10||1560324074, 1563032406|
|LC Control Number||96007063|
The Society for Spirituality and Social Work is a network of social workers and other helping professionals dedicated to spiritually sensitive practice and education. We seek to encourage, honor, and nurture the diverse religious and non-religious paths, resources, and traditions that offer meaning and support to people, including ourselves. Preface --Acknowledgments --Ch. 1 Making Connections Between Spirituality and Social Work Practice --Ch. 2 The Role of Spirituality in Social Work Practice --Ch. 3 Integrating Spirituality Into Clinical Social Work Practice --Ch. 4 Spirituality and Public Policy Issues --Ch. 5 Ethics, Mysticism, Cults, and Contraindications for Use --Ch. 6.
Thus the social work role relative to spirituality. 2 and religion may move from one that is largely passive to one that is proactive. My own experience forced me to the conclusion that any model of generalist practice that does not in-corporate a conception of the social worker’s role, responsibilities, and resources relative to a benefi- File Size: KB. Integrating Spirituality in Clinical Social Work Practice: Walking the Labyrinth focuses on the inclusion of spiritual issues in the clinical social work process using the metaphor of the labyrinth to discuss the implementation of spiritual issues in the various phases of the treatment process – engagement, assessment, intervention, endings Format: On-line Supplement.
Class Title: Spirituality and Social Work Practice (pdf) Institution: Fordham University, School of Social Service. Class Title: Spirituality, Religion, and Faith in Clinical Practice (pdf) Institution: University of Southern California, School of Social Work. Class Title: Spirituality and Social Work Practice (pdf). Although social work and related fields have increasingly recognized the importance of addressing spirituality within clinical practice, less attention has been paid to the role of spirituality in promoting social justice or supporting social change within : Michael J. Sheridan.
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There is a compelling need for clinical guidance concerning the complex issues of spirituality and religion in social work practice. Preparing students through spiritual self-exploration, engagement, assessment, intervention, and even the little considered but essential area of evaluation, this text offers valuable knowledge in an accessible by: 3.
Spirituality in Social Work Practice: Narratives for Professional Helping 3rd Edition by Sonia Leib Abels (Editor)5/5(1). It conceptualizes spirituality as separate from religion, and part of the human development of all.
Leading work in the field is integrated into a comprehensive text that guides spiritual assessment and social work intervention with spirituality.
All social workers need competence in Reviews: This book explores the often challenging relationships between spirituality, religion and social work. It considers the skills, knowledge and values that are required to incorporate a spiritual awareness into social work practice and in doing so explores in greater depth the social worker Cited by: Spirituality in Social Work Practice book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.4/5(5). The third edition of Spiritual Diversity in Social Work Practice provides a comprehensive framework of values, knowledge, and skills for spiritually sensitive and culturally appropriate practice with diverse religious and non-religious by: Spirituality Matters in Social Work: Connecting Spirituality, Religion, and Practice - Kindle edition by Dudley, James R.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Spirituality Matters in Social Work: Connecting Spirituality, Religion, and Practice.5/5(1). In many ways, Spirituality in Social Work is a spiritual awakening in its own right--for social workers, for individuals, and for communities at large.
The demand for social work practitioners, educators, and community officials to be cross-trained in spirituality and social work is on the by: A more academic approach to infusing spirituality into social work practice is offered by Mo Yee Lee, PhD, a professor at the College of Social Work at Ohio State University and author of Solution-Focused Treatment of Domestic Violence Offenders: Accountability for Solutions.
With a clinical background in solution-focused brief therapy, Lee embodies spirituality in her life in a cohesive manner: “Spirituality. Development on purpose: Faith and human behavior in the social environment by L. Hosack, P.O. BoxBotsford, CTNorth American Association of Christians in Social Work,ISBN: 1.
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location New York. Cross-Cultural Spiritual Social Work Practice. View abstract. chapter 7 | 20 pages Science as Spiritual Symbolism. View abstract. ABOUT THIS BOOK. CONTENTS. T&F logo Cited by: In addition, the book’s progression of ideas takes readers beyond the well-known concept of cultural competence to model a larger and more meaningful cultural safety.
Among the topics included in the Handbook: Integrating religion and spirituality into social work : Springer-Verlag New York. This revised and expanded edition of a classic provides a comprehensive framework of values, knowledge, skills, and evidence for spirituall Many of the people served by social workers draw upon spirituality, by whatever names they call it, to help them thrive, to succeed at challenges, and to infuse their resources and relationships with meaning /5.
Bought as a required book for a class. Good information for a social worker. This textbook, written by the pioneering leaders in the field of spirituality and social work, is the leading text in the field.
It conceptualizes spirituality as separate from religion, and part of the human development of all/5(12). Reviews. Jim Dudley’s Spirituality Matters in Social Work is a welcome addition to the growing number of books and articles in the social work literature focused on preparing social workers to effectively engage spiritual and religious issues in the helping process when they are important to helping their clients.
Dudley’s book explores, in depth, key elements of ethical. In book: Social Work Education and Practice: Scholarship and Innovations in the Asia Pacific, Chapter: 10, Publisher: Primrose Hall, Australia, Editors: Bala Raju Nikku and Zulkarnain Ahmad Hatta. Social Work Practice and Spirituality Decem by Julie Fanning Career, Degree Directory, Social Work, Uncategorized private practice, social work, Social Work Careers, social worker, spirituality and social work As the New Year begins, many of us look to the hopeful possibilities of the future.
Spirituality was an imperative component in the beginnings of the social work profession in America, a discipline that originated out of a response from Christians and Jews addressing the needs of the poor (Canda & Furman, ). The ’s and ’s exhibited a spiritual shiftAuthor: Nancy Wiedmeyer.
James (Jim) Dudley has been involved in spirituality activities and their role in social work practice for many years. Besides teaching numerous Spirituality and Social Work courses at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, he has also conducted research and published on the topic, as well as led several retreats and : Taylor & Francis.
In Spiritual Diversity in Social Work Practice, Edward R. Canda and Leola Dyrud Furman introduce their breakthrough work on the importance of spirituality in social work teaching and practice. In. For social workers and other professional helpers committed to supporting the spiritual care of individuals, families, and communities, this definitive guide offers state-of-the-art interdisciplinary and international insights as well as practical tools that students and practitioners alike can put to Brand: Oxford University Press.
Many of the people served by social workers draw upon spirituality, by whatever names they call it, to help them thrive, to succeed at challenges, and to infuse their resources and relationships with meaning beyond mere survival value.
This revised and expanded edition of a classic provides a comprehensive framework of values, knowledge, skills, and evidence for spiritually sensitive practice 5/5(2).