Therapy, Culture And Spirituality: Developing Therapeutic Practice by G. NolanTherapy, Culture And Spirituality: Developing Therapeutic Practice by G. Nolan

Therapy, Culture And Spirituality: Developing Therapeutic Practice

byG. NolanEditorW. West

Paperback | January 1, 2015

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This edited collection addresses how therapy can engage with issues of race, culture, religion and spirituality. It is a response to the need for practitioners to further their understanding and skills base in developing ways of appropriately responding to the interconnectivity of these evolving issues.
Claire Barnes, University of Toronto, Canada Terry Biddington, Manchester Higher Education Community, UK Jeni Boyd, Independent Scholar, UK Rachel Cleary, Independent Scholar, Australia Kam Dhilllon, Therapist, UK Christa Gorsedene, Independent Scholar, UK Peter Madsen Gubi, University of Chester, UK Nasreen Mansoor, The Manchester Col...
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Title:Therapy, Culture And Spirituality: Developing Therapeutic PracticeFormat:PaperbackDimensions:244 pagesPublished:January 1, 2015Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1349475270

ISBN - 13:9781349475278

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Table of Contents

Introduction; Greg Nolan and William West 1. Multiculturalism, Religion and Counselling: Freedom to Heal; Roy Moodley and Claire Barnes 2. Asking for Help is a Sign of Weakness; Jeni Boyd 3. Synchronicity; Christa Gorsedene 4. The Concept of Honour and Shame for South Asian British Muslim Men and Women; Nasreen Mansoor 5. One Western Size Fits All: Counsellor Training in Different Countries and Cultures; William West 6. Listening to the Grandmother Spirit: The Chance for Prophetic Change in Contemporary Healing; David Paul Smith 7. Embracing the Rainbow: Race and Therapy; Wayne Richards 8. Managing Therapeutic, Spiritual and Faith-based Pastoral Programmes in an International Multi-faith Higher Education Community; Terry Biddington 9. Embodied Witnessing; Dori Yusef 10. Perspectives at the Edge of Experiencing in Clinical Supervision; Greg Nolan 11. The Spiritual in Counsellor Training; Valda Swinton 12. Counselling and Spiritual Accompaniment; Peter Gubi 13 . Acculturation, Spirituality and Counselling Sikh Men Living in Britain; Kam Dhillon 14. Cultural Challenges when Working with People from Refugee Backgrounds; Robert Schweitzer and Rachel Cleary 15. Researching Therapy, Culture and Spirituality; Greg Nolan and William West 16 . Concluding; William West and Greg Nolan

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"In Therapy, Culture and Spirituality Nolan and Westbring together writings exploring the interconnectivity of culture, religion,spirituality and 'race' in the context of therapeutic practice and research.The book is a welcome addition to the increasing scholarly interest ininterrogating artificial dichotomies such as 'nature'/'culture' and 'objective'science and medicine/'subjective' counselling and therapy in understanding andworking with human distress." (Dr. Jayasree Kalathil, The Journal of CriticalPsychology, Counselling and Psychotherapy, Vol. 15, December, 2015)