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Mon 25 Sep 2017 @ 15:56
RT @cruciblejournalComing up in the October issue of Crucible: @EvansHills @DilwarH Jonathan Chaplin, Abdullah Sahin & Stephen Edwards https://t.co/SuIXLrDwYK
Author(s): Christopher Cook
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Spirituality, Theology and Mental Health provides reflections from leading international scholars and practitioners in theology, anthropology, philosophy and psychiatry as to the nature of spirituality and its relevance to constructions of mental disorder and mental healthcare.
Key issues are explored in depth, including the nature of spirituality and recent debates concerning its importance in contemporary psychiatric practice, relationship between demons and wellbeing in ancient religious texts and contemporary practice, religious conversion, and the nature and importance of myth and theology in shaping human self understanding. These are used as a basis for exploring some of the overarching intellectual and practical issues that arise when different disciplines engage together with an attempt to better understand the relationship between spirituality and mental health and translate their findings into mental healthcare practice.
Christopher Cook is Professor of Spiritualty, Theology and Health at Durham University and Honorary Consultant Psychiatrist with Tees, Esk & Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust
Scientists and clinicians will find in this book contributions from theology, philosophy and pastoral practice that will give them new insights into the importance of spirituality in mental healthcare. Theological and inter-disciplinary perspectives offered here help all of us to see things differently. This book is commended to all mental health professionals, chaplains and pastoral carers, and academics wanting a broader perspective on spirituality and mental health. -- Harold
Koenig, Director, Duke Center for Spirituality, Theology and Health