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A-Z of Spirituality
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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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This is a unique text which acts like a 'map' to point people in the right direction as they seek to navigate the minefield of terminology surrounding spirituality and religion. There is no other text like it on the market currently. - Dr Linda A Ross, Reader in Spirituality and Healthcare, University of South Wales, UK This is a scholarly review of key topics in spirituality and spiritual care, well suited both to readers who wish to find an entry point to these topics and to readers who wish to deepen their understanding. It is written with an eye toward implications for the healing of individuals and consciousness of broader implications for social justice and welfare. - Frederic C. Craigie, Jr., PhD, Associate Professor of Community and Family Medicine, Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, USA A succinct guide that contains a comprehensive list of entries pertinent to the study of spirituality within the domain of health and social care...A book of this kind is long awaited for. Centre for Spirituality Studies, University of Hull This contribution to the 'Professional Keywords' series offers 67 carefully selected and alphabetically arranged terms ... This is an exemplary, concise reference work. - Choice It gives an honest, open and comprehensive opinion of spirituality. Having read many books relating to health care and spirituality, it was refreshing to have such a balanced perspective. - Jill Hardman-Smith, Cancer Nurse Practice 13,7 p.10 Overall, The A-Z of Spirituality provides a comprehensive overview of a broad vocabulary relating to spirituality in an engaging and accessible manner, drawing on generic terms that may be useful to healthcare professionals, but also some religious terms specific to particular traditions. - Joanna Bryant, Doctoral Researcher, Department of Religious and Theological Studies, Cardiff University, Cardiff, UK

About the Author

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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This is a unique text which acts like a 'map' to point people in the right direction as they seek to navigate the minefield of terminology surrounding spirituality and religion. There is no other text like it on the market currently. - Dr Linda A Ross, Reader in Spirituality and Healthcare, University of South Wales, UK This is a scholarly review of key topics in spirituality and spiritual care, well suited both to readers who wish to find an entry point to these topics and to readers who wish to deepen their understanding. It is written with an eye toward implications for the healing of individuals and consciousness of broader implications for social justice and welfare. - Frederic C. Craigie, Jr., PhD, Associate Professor of Community and Family Medicine, Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, USA A succinct guide that contains a comprehensive list of entries pertinent to the study of spirituality within the domain of health and social care...A book of this kind is long awaited for. Centre for Spirituality Studies, University of Hull This contribution to the 'Professional Keywords' series offers 67 carefully selected and alphabetically arranged terms ... This is an exemplary, concise reference work. - Choice It gives an honest, open and comprehensive opinion of spirituality. Having read many books relating to health care and spirituality, it was refreshing to have such a balanced perspective. - Jill Hardman-Smith, Cancer Nurse Practice 13,7 p.10 Overall, The A-Z of Spirituality provides a comprehensive overview of a broad vocabulary relating to spirituality in an engaging and accessible manner, drawing on generic terms that may be useful to healthcare professionals, but also some religious terms specific to particular traditions. - Joanna Bryant, Doctoral Researcher, Department of Religious and Theological Studies, Cardiff University, Cardiff, UK

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