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Assessing Spiritual Needs

A Guide for Caregivers

by George Fitchett

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Published by Academic Renewal Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Christian Ministry - Counseling & Recovery,
  • Christianity - Pastoral Counseling,
  • Religion - Pastoral Care / Counseling

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages134
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8150319M
    ISBN 10078809940X
    ISBN 109780788099403

    The place of assessment in pastoral care --Mrs. Gabatino's angel --The 7 x 7 model for spiritual assessment --Ethel's lament --Bob find hope --Guidelines for evaluating models for spiritual assessment --Review of three models for spiritual assessment --The spirit of assessment. Series Title: Guides to pastoral care. Responsibility: George Fitchett. American Book of Living & Dying: Lessons in Healing Spiritual Pain, by SHA author Richard Groves. The benefit of the SHA is the support it provides for both caregivers and care receivers by assessing emotional and psycho-spiritual Size: KB.

    How do pastors, chaplains, and caregivers assess the spiritual well-being and needs of the people they minister to? George Fitchett presents a model for spiritual assessment that he and his colleagues developed, illustrated with case studies. He reviews a number of other models and provides a six-part framework for evaluating them.   George Fitchett’s book Assessing Spiritual Needs: A Guide for Caregivers () has become a classic among professional chaplains and as a vital clinical pastoral education resource. Fitchett’s work revealed that many approaches were being used to accomplish a spiritual assessment.

    Spiritual Maturity Assessment * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Previous Scores You have no previous scores on record for this assessment. FCCI is a (c)3 organization. Your membership is a charitable donation that help us provide business leaders like you with the tools to transform their businesses into a Christ-first force for. healthcare professionals to recognize spiritual needs of a patient, make a spiritual assessment and provide the proper referral and resources to see this need is met. Those who seek to implement spiritual care (beyond a spiritual assessment) as part of 9 Puchalski, page File Size: KB.


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George Fitchett presents a model for spiritual assessment that he and his colleagues developed, illustrated with case studies. He reviews a number of other models and provides a six-part framework for evaluating by:   Assessing Spiritual Needs by George Fitchett.

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking “Assessing Spiritual Needs” as Want to Read: Want to Read. saving. Want to Read. Currently Reading. Read. Other editions.4/5. It doesn't answer all the questions, but it's a good beginning to the ongoing struggle of putting together spiritual assessments that are faithful to faith but also short enough with enough evidenced-based data to make them useful in assessing spirituality especially for the healthcare setting/5(21).

He reviews a number of other models and provides a six-part framework for evaluating al caregivers find that the effectiveness of their ministry is enhanced when they are able accurately to identify problem areas and needs in the spiritual lives of the people with whom they : George Fitchett presents a model for spiritual assessment that he and his colleagues developed, illustrated with case studies.

He reviews a number of other models and provides a six-part framework for evaluating them. Pastoral caregivers find that the effectiveness of their ministry is enhanced when they are able accurately to identify problem areas and needs in the spiritual lives of the people with whom Reviews: 1.

The book includes a useful chapter on spiritual assessment, providing carers with information on how to recognise the need for care. This book will be of interest to nurses, care workers, pastoral support professionals and anyone else working with older people.

spiritual needs. This framework for understanding a patient’s spiritual needs hopefully contributes to the growing body of literature, providing direction to healthcare professionals interested in a more holistic approach to patient well-being.

KEY WORDS: hospitalization, palliative care, patient care, spiritual assessment, spiritual needsFile Size: KB. Assessing Spiritual Needs: Fitchett Dmin PhD Bcc Acpe Supervisor, Dr George: Books - (19).

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Perspectives for Health Care Chaplains. Series Editor: P Scott Richards Counseling Psychology and Special Education, Department of Education, Brigham Young University. Rationale. Despite growing professional awareness of the importance of religion and spirituality in health.

Spiritual Assessment: Local Models Predominate • Few chaplains were familiar with or used published spiritual assessment “tools.” • 38% of the chaplains used unpublished tools developed at their own or other hospitals.

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Assessing spiritual development enables the defi nite progress but needs to develop to a greater extent. Number 5 represents an individual who consistently evidences development in this area.

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This assessment tool will help you understand what a fully committed Christian looks like and your call to grow in Christ Size: KB. Spirituality in Nursing: Standing on Holy Ground, Fourth Edition explores the relationship between spirituality and the practice of nursing, providing students and professionals with invaluable insights from a variety of perspectives.

Topics include nursing assessment of patients' spiritual needs, the nurse's role in the provision of spiritual care, the spiritual nature of the nurse-patient Reviews: 1.

Spiritual Assessment and Care – (Competency 1): Spiritual Assessment and Care are distinct but inter-related activities. Spiritual Assessment is an extensive, in-depth, ongoing process of actively listening to and summarizing a client’s story, spiritual strengths, needs, hopes and coping strategies as they emerge over time.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 22 cm. Contents: The place of assessment in pastoral care --Mrs. Gabatino's angel --The 7 x 7 model for spiritual assessment --Ethel's lament --Bob finds hope --Guidelines for evaluating models for spiritual assessment --Review of three models for spiritual assessment --The spirit of assessment.

Assessing spiritual needs George Fitchett's 7 x 7 model for spiritual assessment can help pastoral carers 'accurately identify problem areas and needs in the spiritual lives of the people with whom they work'. Fitchett's is only one model. And there are alternatives that can be useful in various situations (e.g., Highfield and Cason's simpler model, which.

Assessing Spiritual Needs by Dr. George Fitchett, Dmin, PhD starting at $ Assessing Spiritual Needs has 2 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace Same Low Prices, Bigger Selection, More Fun4/5(1). Context. Unmet spiritual needs have been associated with decreased patient ratings of quality of care, satisfaction, and quality of life.

There is a need for a well-validated, psychometrically sound instrument to describe and measure spiritual needs. Objectives. To develop a valid and reliable instrument to assess patients’ spiritual needs.a spiritual assessment and offering spiritual support are After spiritual needs have been identified, the physician may incorporate the results of the assessment into patient care.

TheCited by:   Spiritual Needs Assessment for Patients (SNAP) This questionnaire was developed in by Sharma et al. in the USA and was introduced as a complete tool for spiritual needs assessment in the published paper. The developers tried to merge all the existing data in literature with experts’ opinions and also their clinical by: 6.