Spirituality in Systemic Family Therapy and Supervision: Implications for Spiritual Caregivers

This book examines the implications of exploring spirituality through the lens of human relationships. It addresses systemic supervision and training and explores a systemic approach to the development of the self. The book provides an educational methodology that lays a foundation for describing an operational model of spirituality that is applicable to both theistic and nontheistic perspectives.

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Lessons Learned from the Pandemic: Implications for Resiliency

By reviewing a number of current articles, the participants will discover or rediscover some of the learnings from the pandemic by examining past pandemics and the Covid-19 pandemic from a variety of perspectives, i.e., psychology, spirituality, and different faith traditions. The emphasis will be on building resiliency in the future in individuals and organizations.

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Spiritual Care of the Cardiology Patient and Family

Spirituality is an important determinant of health that can affect patient healing, outcomes, and quality of life. Research has confirmed that stress and physiological dysfunction influence cardiovascular function. This seminar will use research articles and other media to lay the foundation for learning how spirituality can enhance coping and recovery from cardiovascular issues, such as bypass surgery, heart attack, and heart failure.

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