Explores the nature of spirituality, its relationship to religion, and the reasons for its importance in psychiatric clinical practice.
A comprehensive and evidence-based text.
Different chapters focus on the key sub-specialities of psychiatry.
Contains references to up to date research and a review of the relevant academic literature.
Contributors include renowned psychiatrists, four Reverends and a service user.
Table Of Contents
Preface Spirituality and Psychiatry SIG of the Royal College of Psychiatrists
Spirituality and psychiatry
Assessing spiritual needs
Spirituality and psychosis
Spirituality and suicide
Spiritual aspects of child and adolescent psychiatry
Spirituality and psychotherapy
Spirituality and learning disability
Spirituality and substance misuse
The neuroscience of spirituality
Spirituality and pastoral care in the NHS
The transpersonal perspective
Religion and religious experiences
Spirituality and ageing
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