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A-Z of Spirituality

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 248
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Professional Keywords

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12 December 2013

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Spirituality is a multifaceted speciality; anyone who wants to understand it must look across a range of disciplines, which can often make it seem overwhelming and incomplete. This book will act as a reference resource for...

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Spirituality is a multifaceted speciality; anyone who wants to understand it must look across a range of disciplines, which can often make it seem overwhelming and incomplete. This book will act as a reference resource for readers looking to develop their study of spirituality and its relevance to health and social care.

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New flagship series: Launches Palgrave's new Professional Keywords series, providing current knowledge and debate in the most succinct and informative fashion for practitioners and would be practitioners

Strong multidisciplinary appeal: Written without disciplinary bias, this will be a core introductory guide for students and practitioners of health and social care, counselling and psychotherapy, youth work, chaplaincy, pastoral care

Internationally popular topic: Capitalizes on the increasing interest in spirituality both within the UK and beyond

Assessment (Spiritual)
Ageing, Spirituality and
Atheism
Awakening, Psychology of Spiritual
Belief
Bereavement
Bio-psycho-social Model
Care, Models of Spiritual
Chaplains
Children's Spirituality
Competencies (and Spiritual Care Models)
Complementary Therapy
Consciousness
Counselling and Psychotherapy, Spirituality and
Death/Dying
Definitions (of Spirituality)
Depression
Dignity
Eco-spirituality
Empathy
End of Life – Spiritual Care and
Ethics, Spirituality and
Existential
Feminist Spirituality
Faith/Faith Development
Forgiveness
God, a brief history
'God-gene', The
Happiness
Healing and Health
History, (Taking a) Spiritual
Holistic (Care); Holism
Hope
Hospice/Palliative Care
Human(ism)
Human Rights
I-It; I-Thou
Identity (spiritual)
Implicit Religion
Inter-faith
Intervention (Spiritual)
Journey; Pilgrimage
Language (of/for spirituality)
Learning Disabled People, Spirituality and
Love
Meaning (and Purpose); Meaning-Making
Mental Health, Spirituality and
Metaphysics
Mindfulness Meditation
Models of Spiritual Care
Mysticism
Myth
Narrative
New Age Spirituality
Neuroscience
Nursing, Spirituality and
Oceanic Feeling
Outcome Oriented Chaplaincy
Pain, Spiritual
Pastoral (Care)
Patient
Person-Centred
Postmodern Spirituality
Practices, Spiritual
Prayer
Presence
Psychiatry, Spirituality and
Quality of Life/Quality Adjusted Life Years (QALY)
Reflective/Reflexive Practice
Religion
Religious, Spiritual or Mystical Experiences
Research (into spirituality)
Resilience
Ritual
Secular; Secularisation
Self-awareness
Self-care
Self (Ego)
Social Work, Spirituality and
Soul
Spirit
'Spiritual, but not Religious'
Spiritual Direction
Suffering
Theology (God-talk)
Transcend ; Transcendence; Transcendent
Transpersonal
Unconscious(ness)
Virtue
Wellbeing
World Religions, Spirituality and
Work-place Spirituality
Xenophobia
Youth Spirituality
Zen
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Steve Nolan is Chaplain at Princess Alice Hospice, Esher, and Tutor in the Faculty of Religion and Theological Studies, Cardiff University, UK.

Margaret Holloway is Director of Centre for Spirituality Studies at the University of Hull, UK, and Social Care Lead on the National End of Life Care Programme. She is Executive Editor of the Journal of Spirituality Studies and an Editorial Board member of Crisis, Illness and Loss.

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Steve Nolan is Chaplain at Princess Alice Hospice, Esher, and Tutor in the Faculty of Religion and Theological Studies, Cardiff University, UK.

Margaret Holloway is Director of Centre for Spirituality Studies at the University of Hull, UK, and Social Care Lead on the National End of Life Care Programme. She is Executive Editor of the Journal of Spirituality Studies and an Editorial Board member of Crisis, Illness and Loss.

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