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by Christopher C. H. Cook,Andrew Sims,Andrew Powell

Spirituality and Psychiatry download ebook
ISBN:
1904671713
ISBN13:
978-1904671718
Author:
Christopher C. H. Cook,Andrew Sims,Andrew Powell
Publisher:
RCPsych Publications; 1 edition (June 1, 2009)
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Pages:
318 pages
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Spirituality is a crucial but sometimes overlooked aspect of mental well-being and psychiatric care. This book explores the nature of spirituality, its relationship to religion, and the reasons for its importance in clinical practice. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

Spirituality is a crucial but sometimes overlooked aspect of mental well-being and psychiatric care.

Online ISBN: 9781108609074. Your name Please enter your name. In this evidence-based text, the authors discuss the prevention and management of illness, as well as the maintenance of recovery. Different chapters focus on the key subspecialties of psychiatry, including psychotherapy, child and adolescent psychiatry, intellectual disability psychiatry, substance misuse psychiatry and old age psychiatry.

In Chapter Six Andrew Powell and Christopher MacKenna provide a reasonable overview of spirituality and psychotherapy, albeit largely from a Jungian bias.

A recent study found that the risk of depression is lower in people who eat a diet high in fruits, vegetables, unprocessed grains, and low amounts of animal and dairy products.

Professor Christopher . Cook - Professor of Spirituality, Theology & Health, Durham University and Honorary Consultant Psychiatrist at Tees, Esk & Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust. Professor Andrew Sims - Emeritus Professor of Psychiatry, University of Leeds.

Spirituality and psychiatry. Christopher C. H. Cook, Andrew Powell, Adam Wayne Sims. This book explores the nature of spirituality, its relationship to religion, and the reasons for. Spirituality is a crucial but sometimes overlooked aspect of mental well-being and psychiatric care. This book explores the nature of spirituality, its relationship to religion, and the reasons fo. More).

Andrew Sims and Christopher C. Cook. Assessing spiritual needs. 2 МБ. 15. Нравится Показать список оценивших. Larry Culliford and Sarah Eagger. Susan Mitchell and Glenn Roberts.

Cook, Christopher . amp; Sims, Andrew (2018). Spirituality and Psychiatry Special Interest Group of the Royal College of PsychiatristsID - 1855. A. Bonner, A. Thomson & C. Cook (2003). Spiritual Aspects of Management. In Textbook of Cultural Psychiatry. Bhugra, Dinesh & Bhui, Kamaldeep Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

This book breaks new ground by using narrative to explore the importance and challenge of spirituality in clinical psychiatric practice by including narrative excerpts and case illustrations to show how spiritual concerns can be included in a range of psychiatric treatment options. It also explores the ethical and professional dilemmas spirituality still raises in mental healthcare.

Spirituality is a crucial but sometimes overlooked aspect of mental well-being and psychiatric care. This book explores the nature of spirituality, its relationship to religion, and the reasons for its importance in clinical practice. In this evidence-based text, the authors discuss the prevention and management of illness, as well as the maintenance of recovery. Different chapters focus on the key subspecialties of psychiatry, including psychotherapy, child and adolescent psychiatry, intellectual disability psychiatry, substance misuse psychiatry and old age psychiatry. It contains references to up-to-date research and provides a comprehensive review of the relevant academic literature. The book is, at least in part, a response to the questions posed by researchers, service users and clinicians, concerning the importance of spirituality in mental healthcare. Contributors include psychiatrists, psychotherapists, mental healthcare chaplains and a social worker. They discuss aspects of experience often omitted from psychiatry and present both clinician and service user perspectives. The book will be of wide interest to psychiatrists, psychiatry trainees and all mental health professionals.