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Disaster spiritual care : practical clergy responses to community, regional, and national tragedy / edited by Stephen B. Roberts, Willard W.C. Ashley. [print]

Contributor(s): Roberts, Stephen, 1958- | Ashley, Willard W. C, 1953-Material type: TextTextPublication details: Woodstock, Vermont : SkyLight Paths Pub., [(c)2008. Description: xxix, 348 pages ; 24 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781594732409; 159473240XSubject(s): Disaster victims -- Pastoral counseling of | Church work with disaster victims | Disasters -- Religious aspects | Disasters -- Psychological aspectsLOC classification: HV554.4.D573 2008HV554.4.A826.D573 2008Online resources: Table of contents only COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
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The life cycle of a disaster Rabbi Stephen Roberts Self-care not an option Tanya Pagan Raggio and Rev. Dr. Willard W.C. Ashley Pre-disaster phase no one is an island : how to prepare your congregation and congregants through cooperation, collaboration, and community Pamela Norwood and Loraine Jones Impact and heroic phases small disaster : what do I do now? congregational and community work Rev. Kevin Massey Impact and heroic phases large regional and national disasters : what do I do now? congregational and community work Rev. Naomi Paget Impact and heroic phases : disaster chaplains and chaplaincy Rev. Greg Bodin, Chaplain Teresa Becker, and Rev. Art Schmidt Spiritual first aid Rev. Julie Taylor From honeymoon to disillusionment to reconstruction : recognizing healthy and unhealthy coping mechanisms and encouraging resiliency/ Rev. Canon William V. Livingston, Rabbi Dr. Myrna Matsa, and Rev. Beverly Wallace From honeymoon to disillusionment to reconstruction : pastoral counseling, thinking outside the box Rev. Dr. Willard W.C. Ashley, Roberta Samet, and Imam Muhammad Hatim From honeymoon to disillusionment to reconstruction : working with outside groups to help rebuild a community Rev. John Robinson, Jr. ; Anniversaries, holidays, and other reminders Imam Yusuf Hasan and Rev. George Handzo Memorial services, site visits, and other rituals/ Rev. Earl E. Johnson Special needs Compassion fatigue Rabbi Stephen Roberts, Kevin Ellers, and Rev. Dr. John C. Wilson Cultural and religious considerations Rev. Willard W.C. Ashley, Roberta L. Samet, Rev. Rebeca Radillo, Imam Ummi Nur Allene Ali, Rev. David Billings, and Rabbi Zahara Davidowitz-Farkas Attending to the dead : morgues, body identification, accompanying and blessing the dead Chaplain Timothy G. Serban Working with children and adolescents after a disaster John D. Kinsel The work and role of the college chaplain following a disaster or traumatic event Rev. Dr. Frederick J. Streets Working with the elderly after a disaster Cheryl Guidry Tyiska Working with police, fire, and other uniformed personnel Rev. Dr. Charles R. Lorrain Resources in a disaster : accessing them for the congregation and congregants' suggestions on ways for a congregation to get involved that strengthen it, not destroy it Rev. Thomas H. Davis, Jr. and Rev. Lloyd George Abrams.
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The life cycle of a disaster Rabbi Stephen Roberts Self-care not an option Tanya Pagan Raggio and Rev. Dr. Willard W.C. Ashley Pre-disaster phase no one is an island : how to prepare your congregation and congregants through cooperation, collaboration, and community Pamela Norwood and Loraine Jones Impact and heroic phases small disaster : what do I do now? congregational and community work Rev. Kevin Massey Impact and heroic phases large regional and national disasters : what do I do now? congregational and community work Rev. Naomi Paget Impact and heroic phases : disaster chaplains and chaplaincy Rev. Greg Bodin, Chaplain Teresa Becker, and Rev. Art Schmidt Spiritual first aid Rev. Julie Taylor From honeymoon to disillusionment to reconstruction : recognizing healthy and unhealthy coping mechanisms and encouraging resiliency/ Rev. Canon William V. Livingston, Rabbi Dr. Myrna Matsa, and Rev. Beverly Wallace From honeymoon to disillusionment to reconstruction : pastoral counseling, thinking outside the box Rev. Dr. Willard W.C. Ashley, Roberta Samet, and Imam Muhammad Hatim From honeymoon to disillusionment to reconstruction : working with outside groups to help rebuild a community Rev. John Robinson, Jr. ; Anniversaries, holidays, and other reminders Imam Yusuf Hasan and Rev. George Handzo Memorial services, site visits, and other rituals/ Rev. Earl E. Johnson Special needs Compassion fatigue Rabbi Stephen Roberts, Kevin Ellers, and Rev. Dr. John C. Wilson Cultural and religious considerations Rev. Willard W.C. Ashley, Roberta L. Samet, Rev. Rebeca Radillo, Imam Ummi Nur Allene Ali, Rev. David Billings, and Rabbi Zahara Davidowitz-Farkas Attending to the dead : morgues, body identification, accompanying and blessing the dead Chaplain Timothy G. Serban Working with children and adolescents after a disaster John D. Kinsel The work and role of the college chaplain following a disaster or traumatic event Rev. Dr. Frederick J. Streets Working with the elderly after a disaster Cheryl Guidry Tyiska Working with police, fire, and other uniformed personnel Rev. Dr. Charles R. Lorrain Resources in a disaster : accessing them for the congregation and congregants' suggestions on ways for a congregation to get involved that strengthen it, not destroy it Rev. Thomas H. Davis, Jr. and Rev. Lloyd George Abrams.

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