Spirituality in Social Work Practice.
By: Bullis, Ronald K.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2013Description: 1 online resource (206 p.).ISBN: 9781134938421.Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Spirituality in Social Work PracticeOnline resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1 Making Connections Between Spirituality and Social Work Practice; Resurgence of Spirituality in the United States; Distinguishing Between Religion and Spirituality: More Than a Dime's Worth of Difference; An Ecology of Consciousness; Spirituality in Social Work History; Rationales for the Use of Clinical Spirituality; Chapter 2 The Role of Spirituality in Social Work Practice; Spirituality in Social Work Assessments; Spirituality in Social Work Interventions
Spirituality in Social Policy and Healing: A Historial PerspectiveAncient Spirituality and Social Work Practice; Themes in Spirituality in Health and Wholeness; Spiritual Themes in Social and Cultural Contexts; Summary and Conclusion; Discussion Scenarios and Questions; Chapter 3 Integrating Spirituality Into Clinical Social Work Practice; Constructing a Spiritual Cosmology; Constructing a Spiritual Anthropology; Assessments; Interventions; Conclusion; Individual or Class Exercises; Discussion Scenarios and Questions; Chapter 4 Spirituality and Public Policy Issues
Religious Origins of Western Charity: Competing Values and IdeologiesEarly Welfare Ethic and The English Poor Laws; Religious Ideology in United States Welfare Policy; Spiritual Jurisprudence; Spiritual Jurisprudence and Social Work Practice; Conclusion; Discussion Scenarios and Questions; Chapter 5 Ethics, Mysticism, Cults, and Contraindications for Use; Ethics and Spiritual Social Work Practice; Mysticism and Social Work Practice; Cults, Cultic Behavior, and Social Work Practice; Conclusion; Discussion Scenarios and Questions; Chapter 6 Cross-Cultural Spiritual Social Work Practice
American Spiritual DemocratizationShamanism and Spirituality; Shamanism and Social Work Practice; Tantra, Ecstatic Sexuality, and Spirituality; Tantra, Ecstatic Sexuality, and Social Work Practice; Conclusion; Discussion Scenarios and Questions; Chapter 7 Science as Spiritual Symbolism; The Demise of Empiricism and the Rise of Symbolic Reality; Toward a New Paradigm: Cosmology and Consciousness; Ancient Norse Mythology, Cosmology, and Social Work Methodology; Shamanic Norse Mythology, Consciousness, and Contemporary Social Work Practice
Cooperation Between Social Workers and Spiritual LeadersSpirituality Education and Training in Religious Organizations; Conclusion; Discussion Scenarios and Questions; References; Appendix A: Available Resources; Appendix B: A Spiritual History; Appendix C: Text of Guided Meditation or Deep Prayer; Appendix D: Biblical Resources; Appendix E: Religious Organizations and Counseling Organizations with Spiritual Components; Index
First published in 1996. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor and Francis, an informa company.
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