School Based Counseling and Student Spirituality

School Based Counseling and Student Spirituality
Author: Christopher A. Sink
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 208
Release: 2018-10-15
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 1138020524

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This book explains how student spirituality is a complex and key component to general well-being, under-represented in existing literature. While religion in school remains a polemic issue in American Education, spirituality is increasingly understood as a relevant aspect of students' social and emotional lives. School-Based Counseling and Student Spirituality draws from two decades of scientific research in positive psychology, counseling, medicine, and other aligned disciplines that link spirituality to positive K-12 student outcomes, including physical, mental, and psychosocial health. In this concise volume, Christopher Sink lays out the impact of student spirituality on learning outcomes, describes the diverse world of student spirituality, and explains how counselors can and should address spirituality in schools. With particular attention to the legal, ethical, and personal considerations of working with student spirituality, this book is written for people from all backgrounds, preparing for counseling roles.

Spirituality and Religion in Counseling

Spirituality and Religion in Counseling
Author: Carman S. Gill,Robert R. Freund
Publsiher: Routledge
Total Pages: 228
Release: 2018-06-14
Genre: Psychology
ISBN: 9781351811491

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Spirituality and Religion in Counseling: Competency-Based Strategies for Ethical Practice provides mental health professionals and counselors in training with practical information for understanding and responding to clients’ needs using a spiritual and religious framework. This work conceptualizes spiritual and faith development in a holistic way, using case examples and practical interventions to consider common issues through a variety of approaches and frameworks. This is an essential compendium of actionable strategies and solutions for counselors looking to address clients’ complex spiritual and religious lives and foster meaningful faith development.

Bringing Religion and Spirituality Into Therapy

Bringing Religion and Spirituality Into Therapy
Author: Joseph A. Stewart-Sicking,Jesse Fox,Paul J. Deal
Publsiher: Routledge
Total Pages: 242
Release: 2019-06-25
Genre: Psychology
ISBN: 9781351030526

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Bringing Religion and Spirituality into Therapy provides a comprehensive and timely model for spirituality-integrated therapy which is truly pluralist and responsive to the ever-evolving World of religion/spirituality. This book presents an algorithmic, process-based model for organizing the abundance of theoretical and practical literature around how psychology, religion and spirituality interact in counseling. Building on a tripartite framework, the book discusses the practical implications of the model and shows how it can be used in the context of assessment and case formulation, research, clinical competence, and education, and the broad framework ties together many strands of scholarship into religion and spirituality in counseling across a number of disciplines. Chapters address the concerns of groups such as the unaffiliated, non-theists, and those with multiple spiritual influences. This approachable book is aimed at mental health students, practitioners, and educators. In it, readers are challenged to develop richer ways of understanding, being, and intervening when religion and spirituality are brought into therapy.

Spirituality Research Studies in Higher Education

Spirituality Research Studies in Higher Education
Author: Terence Hicks
Publsiher: UPA
Total Pages: 176
Release: 2016-04-04
Genre: Education
ISBN: 9780761867418

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Spirituality Research Studies in Higher Education offers two uniquely designed sections that showcase a group of talented scholars from major research institutions. This edited volume by Terence Hicks provides the reader with topics such as spiritual aspects of the grieving college students, spirituality and sexual identity among Lesbian and Gay students, spirituality driven strategies among first-generation students, the role of spirituality in home-based education, and counseling and spiritual support among women.

The Spiritual Handbook for Counseling Students Counselors and the Clients They Counsel

The Spiritual Handbook for Counseling Students  Counselors and the Clients They Counsel
Author: Amy G. Moler
Publsiher: AuthorHouse
Total Pages: 73
Release: 2010-07-30
Genre: Religion
ISBN: 9781452032238

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This book is a practical little guide that should be required reading for every student in the helping profession whether it be counseling, psychology, social work, nursing, etc. It is relavent in the times in which we live because this world is so full of hardship and heartache, nevertheless we have an awesome God who always has been, always is and always will be our hope when there seems to be little to none. This little handbook is a wonderful resource tool for the counseling office as it has a treatment goal diagram for therapy and poems about hardship and hope through God, which can be utilized as therapy tools. The poems can be copied and given to or simply read to clients. This is one little book that would not just sit on your shelf. It would be used time and time again!

Culturally Considerate School Counseling

Culturally Considerate School Counseling
Author: Kim L. Anderson
Publsiher: Corwin Press
Total Pages: 193
Release: 2010-09-07
Genre: Education
ISBN: 9781452216201

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This compassionately written guidebook cultivates "cultural competence," integrates ASCA National Model standards, and provides strategies for exploring each student's individuality and responding accordingly.

Cultivating the Spirit

Cultivating the Spirit
Author: Alexander W. Astin,Helen S. Astin,Jennifer A. Lindholm
Publsiher: John Wiley & Sons
Total Pages: 242
Release: 2010-11-16
Genre: Education
ISBN: 9780470769331

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Cultivating the Spirit THIS GROUNDBREAKING WORK IS BASED on a five-year study of how students change during the college years and the role college plays in facilitating the development of their spiritual qualities. Students, the authors argue, grapple with the big questions in life: Who am I? What are my values? Do I have a mission in life? Why am I in college? What kind of person do I want to be? What sort of world do I want to help to create? Their answers to these questions help determine their academic and career choices and are tied to the development of personal qualities such as empathy, caring, and social responsibility. The study finds that, while students' religious engagement declines during college, at the same time they become substantially more caring, tolerant, connected with others, and actively egaged in a spiritual quest. Spiritual growth also enhances academic performance, leadership development, and satisfaction with college. The study provides strong evidence pointing to specific experiences during college that can contribute to students' spiritual growth. The need for spiritual development in college is apparent. Two-thirds of the students in the study express a strong interest in spiritual matters, well over half report that their professors never encourage discussions of religious or spiritual matters, and about the same proportion report that professors never provide opportunities to discuss the purpose and meaning of life. Cultivating the Spirit aims to raise the awareness of academic administrators, faculty, and the public at large to the vital role that spirituality plays in student learning and development. Throughout the book, the authors identify strategies for enhancing students' development and encourage the academy to give greater priority to the spiritual aspects of students' educational and personal development.

Spirituality in College Students Lives

Spirituality in College Students  Lives
Author: Alyssa Bryant Rockenbach,Matthew J. Mayhew
Publsiher: Routledge
Total Pages: 234
Release: 2013
Genre: Education
ISBN: 9780415895057

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Spirituality in College Students’ Livesdraws on data from a large-scale national survey examining the spiritual development of undergraduates and how colleges and universities can be more effective in facilitating students’ spiritual growth. In this book, contributors from the fields of education, psychology, sociology, social work, and religion present research-based studies that explore the importance of students’ spirituality and the impact of the college experience on their spiritual development. Offering a wide range of theoretical perspectives and worldviews, this volume also includes reflections from distinguished researchers and practitioners which highlight implications for practice. This original edited collection explores: Emerging theoretical frames and analytical approaches; differences in spiritual expressions and experiences among sub-populations; the impact of campus contexts; and how college experiences shape spiritual outcomes. Spirituality in College Students’ Livesis an important resource for higher education and student affairs faculty, administrators, and practitioners interested in nurturing the inner lives of college students.