The authors recommend that clinicians who treat veterans with PTSD be mindful of each client's sense of spirituality
and encourage adaptive spirituality
implementation can be considered from both the organizational and individual perspectives.
CONCLUSION Additional education is needed for professional nurses concerning spirituality
and the provision of spiritual care in a holistic manner.
Beck, 22, says, "Catholic spirituality
is the center from which everything else emanates.
In part two of his book, The Path to Becoming Fully Human, Benner emphasizes that a spirituality
that is life-giving will put us in touch with our deepest longings, will move us out into the world into meaningful expression (p.
The willingness of the people we interviewed to share their thoughts on such a deeply personal subject as spirituality
, some of whom faced the end of their lives at that time, truly made the program special," said Spence Levine, vice president for programs at HFA.
But studies looking at the impact of spirituality
on QOL in people with chronic mental illnesses are sparse, they noted.
The core of spirituality
is about people sharing and experiencing some common attachment, attraction, and togetherness within their work unit and the organization as a whole.
For instance, they see science and spirituality
as "meaning-making without faith" and as an individual quest for meaning that never can be final.
Our results show that scientists hold religion and spirituality
as being qualitatively different kinds of constructs," said Elaine Howard Ecklund, assistant professor of sociology at Rice and lead author of the study.
has been intertwined in cultures throughout the world is evidenced by religions, rituals, and stories.
OVER THE PAST 2 DECADES the topic of spirituality
and its relationship to the social work profession has taken its place as a significant and important part of the agenda for social work research, education, and practice.